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Data Breaches

Read: Former CPS IT Worker Accused of Stealing Personal Files from Database

Former CPS IT Worker Accused of Stealing Personal Files from Database

The files contained personal information such as background checks and employee ID numbers of tens of thousands of CPS workers.

Read: Anthem, Inc. Pays Office for Civil Rights $16M in HIPAA Settlement

Anthem, Inc. Pays Office for Civil Rights $16M in HIPAA Settlement

The company settled potential HIPAA violations after a series of cyber attacks led to the largest U.S. health data breach in history.

Read: New Bug Leaves Surveillance Cameras Vulnerable to Hacking

New Bug Leaves Surveillance Cameras Vulnerable to Hacking

Tenable Research discovered a bug in NUUO’s network video recorder software, leaving almost 800,000 surveillance cameras feeds exposed to attackers.

Read: HHS: How to Properly Dispose of Electronic Devices with Sensitive Information

HHS: How to Properly Dispose of Electronic Devices with Sensitive Information

HHS issued guidance on the importance of properly disposing of media with sensitive information to prevent potential data breaches.

Read: Data Breach Costs Up 6% from Last Year, New Study Finds

Data Breach Costs Up 6% from Last Year, New Study Finds

The average cost per lost or stolen record for healthcare organizations is $408, compared to $148 within other industries.

Read: Report: Health Plan Data Breaches Surge 1000% in First 5 Months of 2018

Report: Health Plan Data Breaches Surge 1000% in First 5 Months of 2018

A recent report found health plans reported 24 breaches that affected 884,360 individuals, up from 15 breaches that affected 70,166 individuals.

Read: MD Anderson Cancer Center to Pay $4.3 Million for 3 Data Breaches

MD Anderson Cancer Center to Pay $4.3 Million for 3 Data Breaches

The breaches occurred when an employee’s laptop was stolen from a residence and two unencrypted thumb drives went missing.

Read: Study: Better IT Security Doesn’t Mean Fewer Hospital Cyberattacks

Study: Better IT Security Doesn’t Mean Fewer Hospital Cyberattacks

A recent study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame looked at 938 data breaches and found institutional factors play the biggest role in the likelihood of hospital cyberattacks.

Read: How to Keep Your Physical Security Systems from Getting Hacked

How to Keep Your Physical Security Systems from Getting Hacked

Physical security systems are vulnerable to cyber attacks if you don’t take appropriate precautions. Here’s how to reduce your risk.

Read: Why Physical Security Practitioners Need to Care About Cyber Security

Why Physical Security Practitioners Need to Care About Cyber Security

Most physical security and life safety systems are now connected to the Internet, making them vulnerable to cyber security attacks. How are you protecting them?

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