A new bill in California would amend the CCPA and further health data exemptions - namely data that's been de-identified in the eyes of HIPAA.
The U.S. HHS released a draft of its federal health IT plan for 2020-2025 and health and privacy are top of mind.
The employees allegedly stole confidential information belonging to the company, including batch production control records for drug manufacturing, according to reports.
The company alleges a former employee violated company policy and betrayed its trust as he "intentionally decimated" its North American business.
The New York Department of Financial Services' Cybersecurity Regulation was implemented years ago but one of the regulation's compliance deadlines remains.
In the face of mounting attacks against critical infrastructure, NERC, which oversees the United States' electrical grid, is retooling how it addresses cybersecurity.
In wake of a massive breach, a U.S. Senator is pressing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to explain how it oversees medical imaging security.
This engineer purportedly stole sensitive aerospace technology from his employer and emailed it his brother in the Iranian military.
Two breaches at healthcare providers in Maine recently led to the exposure of 52,000 patients' protected health information.
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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