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Don’t be the Next Anthem

by ID Experts

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After Anthem Inc.’s most recent breach comprised more than 80 million customers’ information, 2015 is already shaping up to be the year of the healthcare data breach. Personal data incidents are on the rise and how an organization manages incident response affects their business risks and its brand. … Continue Reading

What is private Information and what is not?

by Robert Siciliano

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Data Privacy Day was Wednesday, January 28, and these days the concept of “privacy” can be ambiguous, generic or confusing. What you might think of as private actually isn’t. … Continue Reading

Cars and Cybersecurity: Emerging Concerns

by Debra N. Diener J.D. CIPP G

DataTheft

Car manufacturers are creating more sophisticated electronic systems for their models every year. Consumers benefit from advances such as GPS. Yet these advances are also raising new concerns about whether some of the systems could be hacked or create privacy risks. … Continue Reading

Anthem Breach Highlights Limited Public Awareness of Medical ID Theft Risks

by Robert Gregg

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Greetings all. I know I have raved on about this before but the massive data breach recently announced by Anthem Inc., the second largest U.S. health insurer, provides yet another perfect example of the limited understanding by media and many “experts” of the full spectrum of risks resulting from data breaches in healthcare organizations. … Continue Reading

Data Breach Aftermath

by Robert Siciliano

DataTheft

Haste certainly doesn’t make waste if you’ve suffered from an entity getting hacked resulting in a data breach. Don’t waste a single minute delaying notifying affected accounts! … Continue Reading

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