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Hacking incidents are quickly discovered while insiders go unnoticed

In July and August, it appeared that there were some signs of progress in terms of how long it took to discover a health data breach. While we’d like to report a new emerging trend, unfortunately the data provided a false sense of improvement. In the same time frame, healthcare has also experienced an uptick in the number of hacking incidents,...

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Protenus leadership to bring healthcare cybersecurity expertise to New America Foundation

Protenus Co-founder and President invited to New America’s 2017-18 cohort of fellows. Download this press release

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So...what about that public health emergency?

Politico includes the latest Protenus Breach Barometer in their weekly round up of must-read news.

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Hacking dominates breaches, but one insider breach took 14 years to discover

July is the first month in 2017 to have hacking incidents outweigh insider breaches to patient data in both frequency and number of affected patient records. While hacking accounted for almost half of total breach incidents this month, the severity and potential damage of insider threats to patient data should not be overlooked, with one incident...

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Protenus adds Olga Maltseva Brillman to growing team

Brillman will join as Vice President of Business Operations as Protenus sees growing market demand and accelerated sales. Download this press release

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