According to a recent survey, 90% of people worry about their data privacy, yet most feel powerless to protect it. We don’t want you to feel this way when it comes to your enrollees’ data. While Delta Dental has cyber risk experts and safeguards in place to keep enrollee data secure when we’re handling it — including personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI) — you can take some simple steps to keep enrollee data private when it’s in your hands too.
Go ahead — fall for your autumn favorites this season, but don’t fall behind on sharing this information with your enrollees.
When the leaves start changing, it’s a sign that open enrollment is just around the corner. This is a great time to educate new enrollees — and remind current enrollees — about their rights.
Third and final article in our Information Security series
Did you ever think you’d be thankful to read the term “hacker”? If not, we may have a new perspective for you. Meet Chad Greiner, Security Engineer III and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) in training, and see how he’s going the extra mile to protect your organization’s privacy.
Spotlight on our Office of Compliance (OOC) team, and second article in our Information Security series.
We’ve done the math and found that preparation is better than reparation when it comes to securing private information. That’s why we prepare for security compromises as if they are imminent. In fact, we protect your private information in many different ways.
Protected Health Information (PHI) is more valuable than credit cards on the internet. Meet the team protecting your PHI.
Last year, cybersecurity experts determined that PHI is especially attractive in criminal circles because it can be more useful in identify theft.
Have you ever wondered what Delta Dental is doing to protect you and your employees from a data leak or cyberattack? If you have, Sitaram Inguva — our director of Information Security — has some answers for you.