BOSTON, Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Carbonite, Inc. (NASDAQ: CARB), a leading provider of online backup solutions for consumers and small to medium sized businesses, will host a free live Webinar for small businesses and IT Resellers, " How Online Backup Can Help Your Business with HIPAA Compliance," on Tuesday, October 30 at 12:00pm ET ( 9:00am PT).
"Data protection is a critical aspect of HIPAA regulations, which require that businesses implement secure backup methods to ensure the confidentiality of stored data," said Pete Lamson, SVP of Small Business, Carbonite. "Covered entities in the medical, dental and healthcare fields governed by HIPAA need an online backup solution that helps ensure their data is stored securely and available when they need it. Online backup can be especially helpful for small practices, due to the affordability and predictability of a low annual fee. In this webinar, we'll describe the backup options available today and discuss how online backup can play an important role in a business's HIPAA compliance efforts."
WEBINAR OVERVIEW:HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) is a critical regulation for small businesses in the healthcare industry. As small businesses work to remain HIPAA compliant, it's important to know how online backup can be a part of their total solution. The right backup solution can help businesses with HIPAA compliance, while offering small business owners peace of mind knowing their data is safe and secure.WHO SHOULD ATTEND?Covered entities in the medical, dental and healthcare fields governed by HIPAA and resellers that provide business solutions for clients in the healthcare industry. WHY ATTEND?During this webinar, the Carbonite Small Business team will discuss:
- HIPAA requirements for data protection and backup;
- Data backup options available to covered entities today;
- The pros and cons for these options; and
- What small businesses should consider when reviewing backup methods to ensure they have secure, cost-effective and compliant data protection.