For Immediate Release

Faculty includes the FBI, FDA and HHS, plus Independence Blue Cross, Johnson & Johnson, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, and many more.

PHILADELPHIA ––  Sept. 20, 2015 — A healthcare data security and privacy conference being held at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business will feature representatives of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), according to Tom Hagy of HB Litigation Conferences, co-producer of the event.

The federal government presenters are:

  • Barbara Holland, Regional Director, Office for Civil Rights, HHS
  • Ben Stone, Supervisory Agent, FBI
  • Nikhil Thakur, Regulatory Policy Advisor, FDA

Individuals have three ways to benefit from the symposium:  

  • Attend in-person on Oct. 22 at LeBow at 3220 Market St., Philadelphia.
  • Register for the live Web-feed.
  • Order the audio recording and materials.

Interested parties should contact HB at (484) 324-2755 x212 or by writing to Attendees also can register online and get the complete agenda at

Registration fees to attend:  

  • The program is free to healthcare providers.
  • Law firms and others pay $595 per person, or $795 for two.
  • Technical, business or consulting service providers pay $1,100.
  • Drexel alumni get $150 off.
  • Press passes are available.

Registration fee to join live webcast: 

  • The webcast is free to healthcare providers.
  • All others pay $495.
  • Press passes are available.

HB is presenting the program in association with Ben Goodman, CEO of 4A Security & Compliance. Goodman is also co-chairing the event along with Lisa Clark a partner at Duane Morris LLP. Clark founded and leads that firm’s health technology practice group.  Speakers and thought-leadership have also been provided by the LeBow College of Business as well as the Drexel University Cybersecurity Institute.

Topics include:  

  • HIPAA, privacy and breach notification rules
  • HHS Office of Civil Rights activities
  • Health information technology security
  • Law enforcement activities
  • Big data and population health
  • Mobile health app development

More information:

Go to

For registration and sponsor information, contact Brownie Bokelman at (484) 324-2755 x212. You also may write to


Tom Hagy

(484) 324-2755 x207