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Posted in Health Privacy/HIPAA

OCR Provides Insight into Enforcement Priorities and Breach Trends

Regulators, industry experts, and researchers provided insight into health privacy and security enforcement trends, emerging threats, and new tools at a recent conference focused on HIPAA. Moving into 2020, organizations with health data should be aware of: Shifting OCR enforcement priorities, regulators’ continued attention to key HIPAA compliance activities, the changing threat landscape for health data, and new guidance and frameworks for health data not regulated by HIPAA.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

Future-Proofing Privacy: New and Stronger Rights

Part 5 of Future-Proofing Privacy: New and Stronger Rights. The Regulation aims to strengthen the rights of individuals. It does so by retaining rights that already exist under the Data Protection Directive and introducing the new rights of data portability, the right to be forgotten, and certain rights in relation to profiling. In this chapter we look at each of these rights in turn and assess the likely practical impact that the changes brought about by the Regulation will have on organisations.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

Blogging from Brussels: Key European Officials Discuss Changes to EU Text

Prominent European government officials provided up-to-the-minute perspectives on the proposed European data privacy regulation at this week’s IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress  in Brussels. The officials’ comments — summarized below –indicate how the proposal might evolve for the next steps in the policy process, which include the issuance of the European Parliament’s formal report on […]