When investigating a crime, the old adage tells us to follow the money. Unfortunately, it’s the same with healthcare breaches. The fact is, there is not enough incentive for healthcare companies to spend the kind of money needed to protect their data.
In his article, “Will 2016 be Another Year of Healthcare Breaches,” (spoiler alert: yes), NTT DATA’s Bruno Kelpsas explains why a lack of audits and the perception that it’s less expensive to pay potential fines than protect data is resulting in breaches becoming the new normal.
Post Date: 2016-05-02