Rising US healthcare data breaches raise serious concerns about personal data security 

Rising US healthcare data breaches raise serious concerns about personal data security 

Anurag Kahol, CTO, Bitglass , outlines findings from the sixth annual Healthcare Breach Report (conducted by Bitglass).

The vast majority of healthcare organisations in the U.S. make use of protected health information (PHI) which includes sensitive data such as patient medical history, social security numbers, and personal financial information.

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