By: Brad Brooks; April 28, 2015 (Featured on Health IT Outcomes)
In 2014, the world became very aware of how vulnerable their data is. Home Depot, Target, Sony, Community Health Systems, and Anthem were only some of the many enterprises that got hacked last year. With the amount of data stolen, there is a high probability that some of your personal information was hacked in 2014 – even if you didn’t realize it.
For healthcare organizations, there is the added complexity of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations and protecting patients’ PHI (Protected Health Information). Due to the possibility of large violation fines and serious legal issues, HIPAA makes hackings and data security a primary concern for anyone in this industry…
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