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Community College Data Breach Leaks 125,000 SSN’s

Kirkwood Community College’s Website was hacked on March 13th, exposing 125,000 social security numbers of people who applied during an 8 year period. I can imagine notification on this population would be a nightmare, a large, highly mobile population. The college, which announced the unlawful incident on Monday, said archived application information from February 2005 […]

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Cyber Insurance for Healthcare? What’s the best fit.

Healthcare organizations are increasingly looking at cyber insurance to help in managing privacy breach risks; this article discusses reasons why the Beazley Breach Response program may not be a good fit for many healthcare organizations which have it.  I believe we provide credit where it is due, and also discuss the finer points of responding […]

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Incident Response Planning – Finally Catching On?

Has the threat of an OCR audit finally made the healthcare industry turn the corner when it comes to patient privacy and security?  It may seem that way as we see a new focus on the importance of Risk Assessments and Incident Response Planning. “Lately we have seen a strong uptick in requests for incident […]

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Financial Management of Cyber Risk

This past week, the Internet Security Alliance (ISA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) released a groundbreaking document that is aimed at assisting the Chief Financial Officer of major corporations and organizations in managing the financial risks inherent in protecting an organization from cybercrime. Titled “The Financial Management of Cyber Risk: An Implementation Framework […]

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