When it comes to ransomware, start with the basics.
The recent HHS report on cybersecurity best practices isn’t the first time HHS has addressed the issue of ransomware attacks on health care entities. Considering the implications of HHS’ position on ransomware under the Ransomware Factsheet, the new report on best practices is a welcome road map on how covered entities of all sizes can better protect themselves against ransomware. This white paper reviews the recommendations made and offers practical suggestions.
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- Associate and member of BakerHostetler’s Privacy and Data Protection team
- Well versed in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), as well as the various state health care and data protection laws, works closely with her clients to develop HIPAA compliant privacy and security policies and procedures, including security risk assessments
- Background includes advising clients on fraud and abuse issues, structuring complex transactions, and drafting and negotiating contracts for a variety of different health care providers and entities
- J.D. degree, Seton Hall University School of Law, 2013, Moot Court Board; B.A. degree, Fordham University, 2010
- Can be contacted at 713-646-1353 or [email protected]
Aleksandra Vold is counsel in the Chicago office of Baker Hostetler. In an increasingly connected world, Aleksandra Vold’s emphasis on cybersecurity offers clients a critical safeguard. Her practice is devoted to privacy breach response and preparedness, payment card industry standards and investigations, and advising on how to identify, evaluate and manage first- and third-party data privacy and security risks. When a breach occurs, Aleksandra promptly coordinates a skilled team – including forensic and public relations professionals, and notification vendors – to quickly help reduce public and regulatory scrutiny and protect her clients’ reputations. She has handled numerous breaches for entities of all sizes, including merchants, financial institutions, medical providers and educational institutions.
Aleksandra’s strengths in cybersecurity are bolstered by her representation of startups and closely held technology companies in a variety of commercial disputes, including intellectual property, trade secrets, federal labor law and contract matters. Additionally, she brings a strategic advantage to the defense of class action litigation, having worked as a plaintiffs’ attorney who focused largely on consumer data privacy class actions. Aleksandra frequently advises clients on compliance with state, federal and international laws and regulations.
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