According to the global information service, Experian, stolen health records in the wrong hands are worth far more than stolen credit card data. Healthcare organizations continue to improve their defenses to make it harder for hackers to succeed. However, according to Trent Peters, CIO of ScanSTAT Technologies, consumers are far more likely to have medical information stolen as a result of internal risks at clinics such as a stolen laptop or falling prey to a phishing attack. Click here to read the full Kansas City Business Journal article about this important topic.
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