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Upcoming Rosenberg Dialogue Series Session


Cybersecurity: Is Patient Privacy Extinct?
Lessons Learned for Secure, Reliable Public-Private Systems 

*rescheduled from the spring semester*
Tuesday, October 27, 2015

6-7:30 p.m.
William H. Thumel Business Center Auditorium
University of Baltimore 

Privacy breaches to electronic health records and related financial data are happening faster and more frequently than ever. A recent breach at Anthem gave unauthorized access to personal information for 78.8 million people. 

Join academic and public- and private-sector experts for an interactive and in-depth discussion of patient privacy. Panelists will discuss the issue as it relates to the interaction between public-sector laws and regulations and private-sector initiatives and will offer insight into lessons learned and next steps. 


  • Charles Tumosa , professor of the practice, School of Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore
  • Kirk Grothe, vice president-federal, Government Group, Truven Health Analytics

The Henry A. Rosenberg Dialogue Series is made possible by the generous support of the Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation and the University of Baltimore Foundation.