Targeted attacks cost companies an average of $200k
See the full article at SC Magazine: Targeted attacks cost companies an average of $200k
It always costs more to repair than to prevent. The curious thing is that federal law mandated basic security protections in HIPAA, but industry never bothered because the law was never enforced.
Here we are 12 years after the HIPAA Privacy Rule was implemented:
· the Coalition for Patient Privacy got MUCH tougher security rules and enforcement into HITECH
· breaches are rampant
· 80% of hospitals still don’t encrypt data
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