In an era where data breaches and cyber threats are common, two-step verification has become a key element in enhancing network and organizational security, ultimately improving business reputation.
Along with all the legitimate promotions that continue to pop up on your screen from Amazon, the bad guys are also sending special deals to lure enthusiastic online shoppers into various phishing campaigns…
CVS Health and Volkswagen have been contacting millions of their customers to tell them that their personal information has been exposed. In two separate incidences, both companies were recently alerted that vendor errors compromised their data.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a Joint Cybersecurity Advisory October 28 siting “credible information” they have on an “imminent and increased” threat of cybercrime attacks against the US healthcare industry with the goal of locking down systems, stealing data, and extorting money.
This week, American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA), the billing collections vendor for both Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp, reported to both companies that the data of nearly 20 million customers may have been compromised.
The HHS published a Notification of Enforcement Discretion Regarding HIPAA Civil Money Penalties that changes the interpretation of fines for violations defined under the HITECH Act, effectively reducing some of the annual limits.
Can you hear me now? Verizon reports that the healthcare industry had more breaches than any other industry in 2017. In the recently released 2018
A HHS Administrative Law Judge has ruled that MD Anderson violated HIPAA and is requiring the Texas cancer center to pay $4.3 million in penalties to the OCR.