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  1. 1. The Internet of Things Survey is Calling You To Take It and enter to win an iPad! o o Current Site Security Training o Choose a different site o Security Certification o Cyber Security Graduate School o Internet Storm Center o Security Awareness Training o Computer Forensics o Penetration Testing o o IT Audit Software Security Secure Access / Login o o o o o o o       Find Training Search For Training Upcoming Events Course List NetWars Ways To Train Without Travel Training Curricula » Security Management Forensics Secure Software Development Penetration Testing System Administration
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  3. 3. Why SANS? Instructors Contact SANS SANS FAQ Link to SANS Press Room PGP Key PGP Key - Local Copy HIPAA Security Policy: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Example Infosec Policy or Template Is it a Policy, Standard or a Guideline? About the Project Director Need a Primer on Security Policies? Incident Handling Forms Questions or Policy Submissions Audit Security Policy Computer Security Policy Desktop Security Policy Email Security Policy HIPAA Security Policy Internet Security Policy Mobile Security Policy Network Security Policy Physical Security Policy Security Policy Whitepapers Server Security Policy Wireless Security Policy What is all the hype on HIPAA Security Policy? HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. From the HIPAA FAQ: Passed in 1996, HIPAA is designed to protect confidential healthcare information through improved security standards and federal privacy legislation. It defines requirements for storing patient information before, during and after electronic transmission. It also identifies compliance guidelines for critical business tasks such as risk analysis, awareness training, audit trail, disaster recovery plans and information access control and encryption. Complying with Security Standards There are 18 information security standards in three areas that must be met to ensure compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule. The three areas are: Administrative Safeguards: Documented policies and procedures for day-to-day operations; managing the conduct of employees with electronic protected health information (EPHI); and managing the selection, development, and use of security controls. Physical Safeguards: Security measures meant to protect an organization's electronic information systems, as well as related buildings and equipment, from natural hazards, environmental hazards, and unauthorized intrusion.
  4. 4. Technical Safeguards: Security measures that specify how to use technology to protect EPHI, particularly controlling access to it. Management 514: Information Security Policy In Depth Course Download Course Excerpts Below Infosec Policy Excerpt (pdf) Infosec Policy Excerpt (pptx) Latest Whitepapers A Hands-on XML External Entity Vulnerability Training Module By Carrie Roberts Home Field Advantage: Employing Active Detection Techniques By Benjamin Jackson
  5. 5. Using Influence Strategies to Improve Security Awareness Programs By Alyssa Robinson Latest Tweets HAPPY HALLOWEEN from #SANS! Retweet friends about a free Mac [...] October 31, 2013 - 2:51 PM TrickorTreat?No tricks only treats when u buy qualifying onl [...] October 31, 2013 - 2:34 PM New Blog Post: Get a MacBook Air, Toshiba Satellite Ultraboo [...] October 23, 2013 - 12:37 AM Contact Us (301) 654-SANS (7267) Mon-Fri 9am - 8pm EST/EDT info@sans.org "Because of the use of real-world examples it's easier to apply what you learn." - Danny Hill, Friedkin Companies, Inc. "SANS is a great place to enhance your technical and hands-on skills and tools. I thoroughly recommend it." - Aaron Waugh, Datacom NZ Ltd "Expertise of the trainer is impressive, real life situations explained, very good manuals. Best training ever!" - Jerry Robles de Medina, Godo CU o o o o o Current Site Training Choose a different site Certification College o Internet Storm Center o Security Awareness o Computer Forensics o IT Audit o Software Security o Penetration Testing Find Training Live Training Online Training
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