September 28, 2017
As of March 9, 50 major breaches impacting 424,286 individuals have been added to the Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights' "wall of shame" website...
The failure to encrypt backup data on a portable electronic device has resulted in the protected health information of 1,291 individuals being exposed.
The device, containing n...
September 26, 2017
A recent study examined the prevalence of password sharing among healthcare providers (residents, medical students, interns, and nurses) and found nearly three-quarters of sur...
September 16, 2017
Equifax has revealed that the cause of its massive data breach was a flaw it should have patched weeks before it was attacked.
Equifax has updated its website (www.equifaxsecur...
Google Study Finds Phishing a Bigger Threat for Users Than Third-Party Data Breaches
November 13, 2017
Hacking Incidents Dominate 2017 Health Data Breach Tally
November 2, 2017
New ransomware dubbed 'Bad Rabbit'
October 25, 2017
FirstHealth Attacked with New WannaCry Ransomware Variant
October 24, 2017
Microsoft Outlook and Word DDE Attacks
October 22, 2017
SiteLock: Website Attacks Surged 186% in Q2
October 9, 2017
Ransomware Attack Cuts Access to X-Rays at Surgery Center
Breach Tally: Hacking Incidents Still on the Rise
Back Up Drive Stolen: PHI of 1,291 Patients Exposed
Majority of surveyed medical professionals and students report having used another staff member’s password for EHR access
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