Archive for November, 2009

Ponemon Institute recently released their  Cyber megratrends as listed below. While I agree with these I think there were a couple that could easily be added to the list. First, I would either add or modify Web 2.0 into Web 3.0. Lets look to what is going to happen versus what is happening. Incremental change [...]

This is story that is several months old, but as I came across it, i thought it would make a good point. A vendor handling healthcare records has lost social security numbers of people in March of 2009. In this case, Health insurer Aetna, Inc., is reportedly providing 65,000 individuals with free credit monitoring for [...]

Recently, the Economic Times Report in India discussed a successful “Sting operation by a UK agency in which some health related data was bought from a medical transcription company” . What this means is all that perosnal and HIPAA confidential data that was being transfered for transcription got stolen in the most likely scenario.  There [...]