How Hook Security can help your Organization Become HIPAA Compliant

Meet your compliance requirements with Hook Security’s HIPAA course hosted by Michael Herrick, Founder & Chief Risk Analyst at Matterform! This training covers it all, but it won’t take employees away from being the superheroes that they are for a length of time, or have them feeling fatigued from tedious lessons.

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Webinar: Culture and Compliance with Hook Security and ByteChek

Webinar featuring Hook Security and ByteChek. What it means to build a healthy security awareness training culture.

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Compliance Training: 5 Key Questions You Should Always Ask Before Buying It

Compliance training is vital to retaining employees and keeping your business running. When you create an engaging online training experience, it shows employees that you care about teaching them best practices and protecting their data. So, how can you design this excellent experience for your team? First, answer a few critical questions about compliance training design before buying it. 

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9 Objectives of HIPAA Compliance Training

Not only is HIPAA compliance training required by law, but it’s also vital for protecting your business from expensive lawsuits and data breaches. Regardless of how large your business is, you need to provide regular HIPAA training to ensure every employee stays up to date with the latest rules and regulations updates. Here are the nine key things you need to cover in your training program.

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How to Provide HIPAA Training to your Employees

HIPAA training for employees is intended to make them compliant with the law and protecting sensitive patient health information (PHI). Being a regulatory requirement each employee of a covered entity or their business associates is required to provide HIPAA training. 

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Who Should Receive HIPAA Compliance Training?

Health Insurance and Probability Act (HIPAA) 1996 is a federal law. HIPAA compliance training is required to ensure the privacy and security of patient’s health data. It is ideally required for everyone who has access to protected health information (PHI).

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