PCWorld shared details about a new report showing that “insiders” are the top source of breaches over the last 12 months: 36% of breaches result from “inadvertent misuse of data by employees.” The article goes on to say that, “Obviously, the issue here is ignorance” due to lack of proper training on how to remain secure at work. Additionally, businesses must be able to see what’s happening with their networks; they must pay attention to what’s happening within the company and going out, as well as what’s happening outside the company and coming in.
Bottom line: People need guidance, prevention is key, and patients must have a way to see who all has accessed their information and when it’s been disclosed. (Read more about PPR’s comments on Accounting of Disclosures here.)
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