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How hospitals are keeping patient data secure

Given the wealth of sensitive personal data healthcare organizations process and store, it’s no surprise that hospitals, medical offices, and other healthcare systems are prime targets for cybercrime. In 2014, an estimated 85 percent of large healthcare organizations faced a data breach, and one in five of those breaches cost the organization more than $1 million to rectify.1

Due to the costs a data breach can inflict on the operation, as well as the patients it’s entrusted to care for, healthcare organizations have become more vigilant and determined to battle cybercrime—and their efforts underscore important steps any business can apply to improve data security.

Source : http://www8.hp.com/us/en/TechnologyAtWork/keeping-patient-data-secure.html?flexfield10=021705

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