Recent high-profile data breaches involving retailers, a credit reporting agency and various governmental entities have illustrated the vulnerability of electronically stored, private information. Patient health data is arguably among the most personal and sensitive of this private information and according to cybersecurity experts, it is a high-value target for blackmail, ransom and identity theft. A new study has …
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