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You'd think if there were anyone whose health information should be protected, it would be people with HIV. Yet Aetna admits to exposing data indicative of both the HIV status and risk of thousands of its beneficiaries with a poorly designed envelope.

The feds' dishonor roll of entities that have sustained a HIPAA breach of 500 individuals or more has topped 2,000 for the first time.

This form allows you to stay compliant with OCR rules and helps explain them to your patients.

The NotPetya attacks detailed in Part B News’ current cybersecurity story differ from the usual ransomware attacks in that the data was not ransomed but destroyed. We asked security experts: Are hackers moving from traditional ransomware to destructive exploits?

The biggest players in the health care field aren't immune to data breaches, as a report from one of Part B News' sibling publications shows.


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