Rachel Seeger, an HHS Office for Civil Rights spokesperson, said, "Health care organizations need to make data security central to how they manage their information systems and to be vigilant in assessing and addressing the risks to data on a regular basis."
"Industry experts expect the number of health data breaches to increase in 2015."The risk of health data breaches by insiders can be addressed with proactive detection using low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
Learn how to proactively detect identity theft and unauthorized breaches of data privacy, even by authorized users - with no hardware and no on-site software.Sources:
(a) 120M Affected by Health Data Breaches Since 2009, More Expected - www.iHealthBeat.org, 03/23/2015