Butzel attorney Debra Geroux discusses cybersecurity during programs in October and November
TROY, Mich. – Butzel attorney and shareholder Debra A. Geroux is a speaker in demand. She will be a co-presenter during three upcoming professional organization programs focused on cybersecurity with Scott Wrobel, managing member, N1 Discovery:
- October 18 webinar: Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) Cybersecurity & Incident Response: 2023 Update on Best Practices for Detecting, Avoiding, Responding to a Cybersecurity Incident.
- October 30 webinar: HCCA Healthcare Privacy Compliance Conference. The theme for the conference: “Does Your Role Require You to Stay Up to Date on Healthcare Privacy Issues and Trends?” Geroux and Wrobel will be speaking on Network Vulnerabilities: Tips for Understanding and Assessing Vulnerabilities That Threat Actors Use to Compromise Your Electronic Data.
- November 3 HIPAA COW Fall Conference: Geroux and Wrobel will co-present a session on Responding to a Cybersecurity Incident at the in-person one-day conference in Wisconsin.
Geroux's healthcare practice focuses on health care compliance, cybersecurity and privacy, and statutory reporting obligations. She has assisted health care practitioners in defense of state and federal debarment, fraud, waste and abuse investigations and litigation, licensing and credentialing, government and commercial payor audits and a host of other health care issues. She also has extensive experience in supply chain and source contracting for a large Michigan-based health system, including negotiations of its IT contracts.
She earned her Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC) designation from the Compliance and Certification Board. She also holds a Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) designation.
Geroux has been named to Best Lawyers in America, Lawyer of the Year, Health Care Law, 2022 and 2024, and Best Lawyers in America, Health Care Law, 2018-2024 and Commercial Litigation, 2021-2023.
In addition to her healthcare practice, Geroux has extensive experience in general commercial civil litigation, as well as other regulatory matters, including issues pertaining to federal and state Disadvantaged Business Entity certifications and compliance, and cybersecurity incident response and reporting obligations.