Posts Tagged ‘Personally identifiable information’

Health Net healthcare data breach affects1.5 million

Image via Wikipedia Here we have another unnecessary major security breach in a large healthcare organization which resulted in a loss of patient data demonstrating poor baseline security. They clearly are not ready for the new HIPAA provision ARRA and HITECH. Review my threats page and evaluate your current business and system risks to make […]

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Senate Panel Clears Data Breach Bills

Image via WikipediaLegislation Heads for a Senate Vote November 5, 2009 – Eric Chabrow, Managing Editor The Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday approved two companion bills that would require businesses and government agencies to notify individuals of security breaches involving sensitive personally identifiable information. Both bills go to the Senate for consideration. The Personal Data Privacy […]

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Social networks and revealing anonymous

Image via CrunchBase Privacy is a fundamental human right and in US a constitutional right. Advancement in technology are breaking every barrier to our privacy; at this rate individuals will be stripped of their privacy unless we enact policy protections. In this situation we need to define reasonable privacy for a society in general while […]

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