Serious concerns raised over federal governments digital health record system. Serious concerns have been raised by doctors and security experts about the federal governments My Health Record system that will create a shared digital medical record for every Australian unless they opt-out in a three-month period starting Monday.Using the system will allow records to be
Tens of thousands of NHS patients have had their confidential health records shared for years against their wishes, ministers have admitted.Health minister Jackie Doyle-Price revealed that NHS Digital, the national safe haven for patient data, failed to honour the wishes of 150,000 patients.Under NHS data rules, patients can consent for their data to only be
Federal health officials are investigating an April data breach that affected 55,947 patients of Dignity Health, a major health system headquartered in San Francisco that operates 39 hospitals and 400 care centers in California, Nevada and Arizona. The breach occurred April 24 and was reported to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on
Health IT RoundupDignity Health facing data breach investigation; CMS makes coverage tweak for diabetes tools
Dignity Health says information for 56,000 patients was exposed earlier this year after a vendor’s email list malfunctioned. And CMS is adjusting its coverage of continuous glucose monitors to allow patients to share data via smartphone.
SailPoint Survey Indicates that 44 Percent of Organisations Have Suffered a Data Breach in the Last Year
A SailPoint survey released at Infosecurity Europe illustrates the struggle that IT leaders have addressing frequent attacks from cyber criminals.
The personal information of nearly 900 patients of San Francisco General and Laguna Honda hospitals was breached after a former employee of one of the hospitals’ vendors got unauthorized access to the data, the San Francisco Public Health Department said Friday. The data included patients’ names, dates of birth, medical record numbers and details of
The firm has reset all customer accounts after discovering about 1,000 had been illegally accessed.
63,551 patients are being notified that they have been impacted by a Middletown Medical data breach that saw their protected health information exposed and potentially accessed by unauthorized individuals.
Baptist Health has discovered a former employee stole the credit card details of at least one patient and used the information to fraudulently make purchases. Almost 1,500 patients who dealt with the employee have been alerted to the possibility of credit card misuse.
The International Cryptographic Module Conference is the leading annual event for global expertise in commercial cryptography. At the sixth annual edition of the conference in May 8-11 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, over 400 industry leaders from over 22 countries will convene to address the unique challenges faced by those who develop, produce, test, specify, and