NEW ORLEANS, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
What: Mitigating Fraud Risk for Payers
Fraud mitigation works to diminish use of invented identities, covers, or "fronts." Fraud mitigation is centered on the concept of stopping fraud before it begins.
- How to recognize symptoms of fraudulent behavior in payment applicants
- Contrast speed of payment processing with number of fraudulent payments
- Estimate cost savings between pay and chase vs. upfront fraud detection
Who: Erik Rolf, CISSP, CISA is a principal in the Equifax Identity and Fraud Solutions consulting practice. Mr. Rolf has more than 17 years of information security, privacy and technology experience in healthcare, financial services, and telecommunications. He was a founding member of the Tennessee eHealth Privacy and Security Workgroup, co-chair of the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) Participant Security Team, and chair of the NHIN Specification Factory Security Sub-team. He was also co-chair of the NHIN TI Security and Privacy Sub-Workgroup.Dr. Michael Nelson Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Equifax Dr. Nelson has been an industry thought leader in the areas of healthcare informatics, privacy and security, and identity management for the past 16 years. With an additional 16 years of clinical experience, he brings a well-rounded and unique perspective to solving problems with data. Dr. Nelson is a member of the HIMSS HIE Toolkit Workgroup, the ONC S & I Framework Initiative for Provider Directories, the WEDI Privacy and Security Workgroup and the ANSI PHI Ecosystem Workgroup. When: Wednesday, March 6, 9:45 - 10:45 AM CT Where: HIMSS13 National Conference, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center New Orleans, Room 383 What: Kantara Initiative Trust and Assurance Workshop NIST 800-63 Equivalent Identity Credentialing, Authentication and Identity Proofing This panel discussion features Equifax's Erik Rolf a principal in the Equifax Identity and Fraud Solutions consulting practice as well as other guest thought leaders from DirectTrust, and Aetna.
- Trends, (important things being done that are worth knowing for the long haul)
- Transparents (important things people keep looking "through" instead of "at")
- Tropes (technology metaphors that have perhaps become dull with overuse)
- Transients (new things that are unlikely to stick around)
- Aligning the policies