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Podcast | December 2011 - Podcast Considering Security and Privacy in the Move to Electronic ... By Deborah Lafky (Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) Security/Cybersecurity), Matthew J. Butkovic, Julia H. Allen

In this podcast, participants discuss how using electronic health records bring many benefits along with security and privacy challenges.

Podcast | December 2009 - Podcast Integrating Privacy Practices into the Software Development ... By Ralph Hood (Microsoft), Kim Howell (Microsoft), Julia H. Allen

In this podcast, participants explain that addressing privacy during software development is just as important as addressing security.

Podcast | September 2009 - Podcast Electronic Health Records: Challenges for Patient Privacy and ... By Robert Charette (ITABHI Corporation), Julia H. Allen

In this podcast, Robert Charette explains why electronic health records (EHRs) are possibly the most complicated area of IT today.

Podcast | April 2008 - Podcast Protecting Information Privacy - How To and Lessons Learned By Kim Hargraves (Microsoft), Julia H. Allen

In this podcast, Kim Hargraves describes three keys to ensuring information privacy in an organization.

Podcast | May 2007 - Podcast The Value of De-Identified Personal Data By Stephanie Losi, Scott Ganow (Verispan), Mike Hubbard (Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice - PLLC)

In this podcast, participants discuss the complex legal compliance landscape and how de-identification can help organizations share data more securely.

Podcast | January 2007 - Podcast Privacy: The Slow Tipping Point By Stephanie Losi, Alessandro Acquisiti (Carnegie Mellon University)

In this podcast, participants discuss a trend toward more data disclosure that may cause users to become desensitized to privacy breaches.