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Cost of A Breach: Intro

The negative financial consequences of healthcare data breaches continue to worsen. Even a single healthcare data breach can easily end up costing millions of dollars in damages. Just last week, Oregon Health & Science University agreed to pay the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) $2.7 million for two data breaches in 2013 that involved more than 7,000...


Six Things You Need to Know about Insider Threats to Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI)

Why will criminals shopping on the black market pay at least 20 times more for patient records — and the ePHI they contain — than they will for credit card records? In addition to payment information, patient records contain an enormous number of personal details, ranging from medical history, to medications, to family history, all of which can be...


Monthly breach barometer: staggering 11 million patient records breached

It’s been an intense summer for the healthcare industry. The annual cost to the healthcare industry attributable to breaches of patient information is now more than $6.2B.* Today, Protenus is launching its new monthly Healthcare Breach Barometer with data compiled and provided by The Breach Barometer is a monthly snapshot of...