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2019: Healthcare breaches so far

Come on guys, we’re a month in to 2019. Is this a “more eyeballs” problem? This article suggests greater training. I agree. But it can’t be those boring seminars. It has to stick.

“Create or review and update your security risk analysis,” Lucci advises. “This needs to be done every year without fail. Take a serious review of policies, procedures and workforce training. If these haven’t been updated in the last two years, the information has grown stale, it’s not keeping up with real security threats, and your workforce, where most security incidents begin, likely aren’t engaged in the training.”

“Aren’t engaged in training.” So how do we remedy this? What’s the answer, is it a failing of security/IT personnel or the employees?

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