Hack Hack: Who’s There?
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Moderator: L. Bridges, Total Safety US, Inc., Houston, TX. Monitors: C. Metzler, BP, Seadrift, TX; K. Diep, American Airlines, Fort Worth, TX.
The increased use of apps, mobile technology and cloud storage are changing how we conduct our business, communicate, and manage our sensitive data. These work solutions have varying implications for risking data security and privacy. Having security compromised is not always detectable or fixable and the consequences of being hacked can be catastrophic. This session will explore who is behind these attacks and delve into some case studies. We will focus on solutions the IH professional needs to consider so they can adequately protect sensitive information while embracing 21st Century technology for conducting their business.
Hacking EH&S: Evolving Technologies to Present New Security Threats
D. Calhoun, Affygility Solutions, Broomfield, CO.
Smart Device Security: There’s a Hack for That
M. Rollins, Apps for EHS, Brooklyn, CT.
Mobile Devices Can Change Everything
L. Neely, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.
Data Privacy Legislation and Impacts for Occupational Health Information Systems
M. Melkonian, Medgate, Bend, OR.
My Data is in the Cloud: Need I Worry?
D.Hornsby, Gensuite LLC, Mason, OH.
This is a Disaster? Impacts of Data Disruption: A Medical Decision Model as a Cure!
J. Koerner, US Dept of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C.