Tag Archives: HIPAA Security Rule

Can Data Protection Be Put Together?

Regulatory schemes for the protection of data, whether healthcare or otherwise, are often criticized in the United States for being fragmentary and siloed. No coordinated regulatory framework exists because that is not the way in which United States law was … Continue reading

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Which Path Will be Taken: Future of Cybersecurity

The ability to protect and secure digital information is under constant threat. Attackers of all sorts force their way into systems, trick individuals into providing access, and otherwise access data that is not their own. In a state of continual … Continue reading

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Who’s Accessing Your Data?: The Insider Threat

Despite the fact that ransomware and hacking attacks draw the biggest headlines, it is actually improper insider access that causes the highest number of data breaches. Such are the results from the most recent Protenus “Breach Barometer,” which analyzes reported … Continue reading

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