Author Archives: Protenus

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4.5M patient records breached due to third-party incidents

A new Breach Barometer Special Report: Third Party Breaches published by Databreaches.net in collaboration with Protenus highlights that more than 30 percent of patient data breaches are a direct result of third-parties. Community physicians, affiliates, and certain vendors often have extensive access to patient data in the electronic health...

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IAPP honors Protenus for innovation in health data analytics

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Illuminating a black box in healthcare

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule, went into effect on February 20, 2003. The Rule, as we all know, is about protecting patient privacy and preventing medical data breaches. It lays out the minimum standards a healthcare organization must meet in order to guard the electronic protected health information...

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Cost of a Breach: Lost Revenue & Brand Value

Headlines about data breaches are all too common recently, with large companies like Target and Home Depot experiencing large-scale data breaches. The healthcare industry was hit particularly hard in the past few years, with organizations like Anthem Inc. and St. Joseph Health System, to name but two, suffering massive health data breaches.

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Cost of A Breach: Forensics and Notification

Continuing our Cost of a Breach series that examines and breaks down the cost of a hospital data breach, this week’s post will take a closer look at the first two steps a hospital or healthcare institution must take after a data breach has occurred: forensics and notification. In the aftermath of a data breach, the first thing a healthcare...

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