A report in the New York Times this week revealed how widespread the theft of biomedical secrets is at U.S. universities and research institutions.
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These ex-employees copied company trade secrets onto private storage devices then bragged that their new business would soon be competing with it.
New research looks at 10 years of healthcare data breaches and breaks down the specific types of data exposed.
A cyber attack on the company's website in August prompted an investigation that uncovered additional attacks dating back to 2016.
An employee - since terminated - at the financial services corporation is being investigated for fraud after accessing and stealing cardholder data.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is reiterating that when it comes to safeguarding critical data, healthcare organizations need to know the where, who, what, and how.
Researchers at this children's hospital purportedly stole trade secrets, then used them to start and market their own Chinese biotechnology firm.
There's a fresh new slate of industry privacy guidelines for companies that handle health and wellness data to follow.
Healthcare organizations in New York need to be aware of a newly implemented protocol, effective immediately, when it comes to reporting a potential cybersecurity incident to the New York Department of Health.
May's massive breach at First American Financial Corp. exposed 885 million records. Now the company is drawing the attention of regulators, curious if any laws were broken.
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