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Hospitals need better and more consistent strategies for backing up and archiving data to aid compliance, reduce risk and deliver expected benefits of technology-driven patient care. By CS Staff · February 25, 2014

The University of Maryland was the victim of a sophisticated computer security attack that exposed records containing the personal information of 309,079 faculty, staff, students and affiliated personnel. By CS Staff · February 20, 2014

A security breach at St. Joseph Health System has affected the records of up to 405,000 current and past patients, employees and employees’ beneficiaries. By CS Staff · February 09, 2014

Cottage Health Systems is in hot water after patients claim the organization released confidential records of 32,500 patients to the Internet. By CS Staff · February 07, 2014

Hospitals nationwide can expect to spend an average of $810,000 per security breach, according to a new report. By CS Staff · February 04, 2014

Rapid growth in intelligent mobile device adoption and cloud computing coupled with a lack of skilled security professionals to monitor and secure networks, have left many organizations vulnerable to cyber-attacks. By CS Staff · January 20, 2014

The Belleville Education Association (BEA) has asked the Belleville Board of Education to stop making security upgrades at district schools. By CS Staff · January 12, 2014

The recent data breach at Target stores nationwide has prompted experts to say that similar incidents will get worse before they get better. By CS Staff · December 25, 2013

Maricopa County Community College District has issued nearly 2.5 million notices informing individuals of a security breach that may have compromised personal information. By CS Staff · December 11, 2013

UW (University of Washington) Medicine announced last week that early in October, an employee opened an E-mail attachment that contained malicious software (malware). The malware took control of the computer, which had patient data stored on it. By CS Staff · December 01, 2013