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What’s the Deal with Healthcare & Blockchains?

There’s a lot of talk as to who owns your medical identity, how electronic health records are handled, remediation of healthcare data breaches, etc, but the next big topic of discussion are blockchains. What are blockchains? Can healthcare data truly be secure with them? Imagine if all electronic medical records (EMRs) and other electronic health […]

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What Scams Are We Expecting to See in 2017?

Every new year holds new and different scams than the year before it. In 2017, MyIDCare has predicted a handful of scams that will come about in 2017; some new, some old. Read on and learn how to protect yourself in the coming year. Every new year brings with it new hope, new plans … […]

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Are Millennials Changing the Face of Cybersecurity?

Millennials have now surpassed baby boomers in the work place, and are making their impact known. Although millennials were raised in a digital age, they don’t seem to have the same information security savvy when it comes to both their professional and personal lives. So what does that mean for your organization? According to the […]

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Global Cost of Cyber Crime to Hit $6 Trillion in 2016

The global cost of cyber crime, according to a recent study by Cybersecurity Ventures and the Ponemon Institute, could reach $6 trillion before the end of 2016. While $6 trillion may seem a little high, more than a trillion isn’t unlikely either. A report out by Cybersecurity Ventures predicts global annual cybercrime costs will grow […]

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OCR Phase 2 Audits Are Here!

After the dismal results of phase 1 OCR Audits, business associates and covered entities alike have their work cut out for them. But with phase 2 beginning, are organizations ready for an audit? The long-awaited second phase of the OCR Audits has finally arrived. After the dismal results of the phase 1 audits, healthcare organizations—both […]

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Top Concern: The Prospect of a Big Data Breach, New Report Shows

According to a new survey by Advisen, that was commissioned by ID Experts, a majority of organizations are really concerned at the prospect of a big data breach. With the ever evolving cybersecurity landscape and advancing cyber criminal attacks, data breaches should be #1 on every company’s radar. This enlightening survey highlights several key findings, […]

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When the “Big One” Hits – Are We Prepared?

Similar to being prepared for an earthquake, we must be prepared for when cyber criminals finally take a shot (and succeed) at taking down our entire energy and utility infrastructure. A few years ago, an attack on our grid sounded like something out of a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel, but now…it’s a grim, realistic possibility. […]

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The Government’s Tight Budget – Will Privacy, Security & Customer Experience Prevail?

When it comes to healthcare, the government is on the hook to increase digital security and customer privacy; but when you factory in budget, they’re walking a tight rope and must figure out how to balance security and privacy without going over-budget. It’s definitely not impossible, but it’s no cake walk either. Especially in the […]

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Is Your FitBit a Key for Criminals?

When it comes to privacy and security vs. cool and convenient, cool and convenient tend to win leaving privacy and security in the dust. Today, there’s a culture, and almost cult-like following, of wearable devices that can answer your phone calls, track your heart rate and number of steps, respond to text messages, find cafes […]

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Nipping Employee Negligence in the Bud

Year after year, employee negligence remains a big concern for privacy and security professionals alike. In ID Experts’ 2015 Privacy and Security survey, more than 60% of privacy and security professionals listed employee negligence as a top concern, while criminal attacks/cyber criminals took a back seat. Here’s 4 steps to help mitigate the employee negligence […]

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