The State of HIPAA Privacy and Security with Mac McMillan

Posted on May 12, 2014 I Written By

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Late last year HIPAA Omnibus went into effect and changed the world of HIPAA as we know it. The consequences of a HIPAA violation for both covered entities and now business associates has gotten more severe and HIPAA audits are becoming a real reality for many healthcare organizations.

I had a chance to sit down with Mac McMillan, co-founder of Cynergistek, to talk about the state of HIPAA privacy and security. We cover a broad range of HIPAA related topics including what an organization should do to make sure they’re HIPAA compliant and ready for any future HIPAA audits. Every organization in healthcare can benefit from watching this interview with Mac McMillan.

About Mac McMillan
For nearly 30 years Mac McMllan has served in senior level positions in both government and industry responsible for security and risk management. In 2003 he co-founded CynergisTek, whose mission is to make quality IT security consulting available and accessible to organizations across industries and regardless of size or complexity.