ERISA Benefit Plans: Addressing And Preventing A Data Breach
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Companies experience data breaches every day, but when they affect the company's benefit plans there are some unique issues to consider. This is particularly true when the plans are subject to ERISA and HIPAA.
Questions concerning the application of ERISA preemption, determining who is responsible for the breach response, and related issues often can unduly delay the breach response.
This webinar will help businesses, and in particular their HR, legal and benefits leaders to understand the nuances ERISA and HIPAA raise when a data breach affects covered plans. Learn best practices for avoiding a breach and, should one happen, how to respond.
Unique Data Security Considerations for ERISA Plans
Best Practices for Preventing Plan Breaches
- What Is an ERISA Plan?
- Why Are Group Health Plans Special?
- What Is ERISA Preemption and Why Is It Important?
- Vendor Management and Contracting
Summary of Data Breach Statutes and Regulations
- Assess Risk to Plan Data
- Policies and Procedures
- Implementation, Training and Turnover
- Plan Documents
- Vendor Management
- Periodic Review
Addressing a Plan Breach
- HIPAA, State Laws, EU
- Basic Structure
- Key Definitions
- Risk of Harm
- HIPAA Carve Outs
- State Agency Notifications
- Credit Monitoring, Remediation
About The Presenter
- Be Prepared
- Cyber Coverage
- Internal Challenges for the HR/Benefits Professional
- Coordinating External Resources
- Special Issues With Vendor/Carrier Breaches
Joe J. Lazzarotti, Esq.
Damon W. Silver, Esq.
- Partner in the Morristown office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of data privacy, breach response and ERISA compliance and plan administration
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous data privacy and benefit plans issues
- Wrote several publications related to the areas of data privacy and employee benefits
- Certified information privacy professional
- Associate in the New York City office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Member of the firm’s Privacy e-Communication and Data Security Group
- Wrote several publications on topics relating to privacy and data security
- J.D. degree, NYU School of Law
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