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Protecting your company digital assests begins with ensuring your employees are prepared to assist in keeping your computers and networks safe.
Intended   to   create   a   “culture   of   compliance”   in   your   workplace,   SysGear effectively   trains   members   of   your   staff   as   to   how   their   specific   roles   affect your organization’s overall compliance. The    overall    process    of    risk    analysis    and    risk    management    needs    an ongoing   effort   and   commitment   from   all   of   the   appropriate   staff   members at    your    organization.    Each    individual    who    handles    protected    health information   must   follow   strict   policies   with   regards   to   data   collection   and use,   and   key   personnel   are   also   tasked   with   workflow   analysis,   current policy   and   procedures   review,   information   technology   systems   review   and analysis, and many other aspects of the process. We    provide    intensive    training    to    key    management    personnel    with    the authority     to     mandate     compliance     in     your     workforce     and     provide convenient   training   classes   to   other   staff   who   will   handle   protected   health information.
45   CFR   164.530(b)(1)   Standard:   Training.   A   covered   entity   must   train   all   members   of   its   workforce   on the   policies   and   procedures   with   respect   to   protected   health   information   required   by   this   subpart   and subpart   D   of   this   part,   as   necessary   and   appropriate   for   the   members   of   the   workforce   to   carry   out their functions within the covered entity.
Employee Training Requirements & Recommendations The requirements for HIPAA employee training are two-fold and must be implemented in accordance with 45 CFR 164.530(b)(1), which addresses HIPAA Privacy Training and 45 CFR 164.308(a)(5), which addresses HIPAA Security Training. Employee Privacy Training A covered entity must train all members of its workforce on the policies and procedures with respect to protected health information required by law, as necessary and appropriate for the members of the workforce to carry out their functions within the covered entity. Employee Security Training A covered entity or business associate must implement a security awareness and training program for all members of its workforce, including periodic security updates, procedures for guarding against, detecting, and reporting malicious software, procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies, and procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords.
T Security Information     Systems     risks     and vulnerabilities Employees      responsibilities      and obligations   towards   the   employer     (the organization) IT           incident           conséquences (Aftermath) IT Security commercial value Entreprise IT Security Policy End user best practices guide HIPAA    Awareness    Training    for    Business Associates The   Canadian   Federal   &   Provincial Privacy laws Introduction to Hipaa Transactions,      Codes      Sets      and identifiers Privacy Security ARRA       &       HIGHTEC       Act       and Omnibus Rule The implementation
Our training program is more complete than any other compliance training
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Protecting your company digital assests begins with ensuring your employees are prepared to assist in keeping your computers and networks safe.
The   best   security   technology   in   the   world   can't   help   you   unless   employees   understand   their   roles   and   responsibilities   in   safeguarding sensitive   data   and   protecting   company   resources.   This   will   involve   putting   practices   and   policies   in   place   that   promote   security   and training employees to be able to identify and avoid risks.
Intended   to   create   a   “culture   of   compliance”   in   your   workplace,   SysGear effectively   trains   members   of   your   staff   as   to   how   their   specific   roles affect your organization’s overall compliance. The    overall    process    of    risk    analysis    and    risk    management    needs    an ongoing    effort    and    commitment    from    all    of    the    appropriate    staff members   at   your   organization.   Each   individual   who   handles   protected health    information    must    follow    strict    policies    with    regards    to    data collection   and   use,   and   key   personnel   are   also   tasked   with   workflow analysis,   current   policy   and   procedures   review,   information   technology systems review and analysis, and many other aspects of the process. We   provide   intensive   training   to   key   management   personnel   with   the authority    to    mandate    compliance    in    your    workforce    and    provide convenient    training    classes    to    other    staff    who    will    handle    protected health information.
T Security Information Systems risks and vulnerabilities Employees responsibilities and obligations towards the employer  (the organization) IT incident conséquences (Aftermath) IT Security commercial value Entreprise IT Security Policy End user best practices guide HIPAA Awareness Training for Business Associates The Canadian Federal & Provincial Privacy laws Introduction to Hipaa Transactions, Codes Sets and identifiers Privacy Security ARRA & HIGHTEC Act and Omnibus Rule The implementation
Our training program is more complete than any other compliance training
45 CFR 164.530(b)(1) Standard: Training. A covered entity must train all members of its workforce on the policies and procedures with respect to protected health information required by this subpart and subpart D of this part, as necessary and appropriate for the members of the workforce to carry out their functions within the covered entity.
Employee Training Requirements & Recommendations The requirements for HIPAA employee training are two-fold and must be implemented in accordance with 45 CFR 164.530(b)(1), which addresses HIPAA Privacy Training and 45 CFR 164.308(a)(5), which addresses HIPAA Security Training. Employee Privacy Training A covered entity must train all members of its workforce on the policies and procedures with respect to protected health information required by law, as necessary and appropriate for the members of the workforce to carry out their functions within the covered entity. Employee Security Training A covered entity or business associate must implement a security awareness and training program for all members of its workforce, including periodic security updates, procedures for guarding against, detecting, and reporting malicious software, procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies, and procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords.
Send us an email Send us an email
 Copyright © 2015–Sys Gear. All Rights Reserved.
If you have any questions or would like to talk about how SysGear can help you meet your compliance goals, contact us