Anthem to Pay $16 Million for 2015 Data Breach
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Anthem to Pay $16 Million for 2015 Data Breach

The biggest health data breach ever has now resulted in the biggest fine that an entity has ever paid to the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights.

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Healthcare Providers Increasingly Considering Cyber Insurance

In the healthcare industry, breach is the new black. The healthcare industry has become a favorite cyberattack target among hackers—and the tide shows no signs of slowing any time soon.

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New Hacking Group Targets Healthcare, Seeking Trade Secrets

Symantec says that up to 40 percent of Orangeworm’s victims are in the healthcare industry

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Breaching a Hospital Network Takes Only Five Hours, Hackers Say

Hackers claim they can breach a healthcare organization in less than five hours, according to the 2018 Black Report survey from software company Nuix.

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Cyberattack Contingency Plans are Critical, OCR Says

“Contingency plans are critical to protecting the availability, integrity, and security of data during unexpected adverse events,” OCR states in their March 2018 newsletter.

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