Agency Recovery After a Data System Has Been Compromised

  • 06 Apr 2100
  • Virtual - at your desktop



Cyber security crimes are a growing concern in corporate and governmental sectors.  In this On-Demand presentation, learn how the Virginia Department of Health Professions responded in 2009 when its entire computer system was taken off-line because one application, specifically its Prescription Monitoring Program, was accessed by an unauthorized user.  At stake was public confidence and the ability of the agency to perform many of its basic, core functions during the computer outage.

Learning Objectives:
Identify individuals and entities that may need to be involved in the assessment and evaluation of and the response to
a data security emergency; learn how an agency recovers and what processes are needed for that recovery; understand which elements are needed in a continuous business plan; discuss possible ways to reduce cyber compromises.


Mark D. Monson, Deputy Director for Administration, Virginia Department of Health Professions
Ralph Orr, Program Director, Prescription Monitoring Program, Virginia Department of Health Professions
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