RMDAS Numbers show shippers receiving from $15 to $20 more per ton on the spot market.
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Ferrous Shipments Attract a Few More Dollars in September
A forecaster offers a bullish prediction on aluminum based on demand fundamentals.
ISRI Roundtables: Great Expectations for Aluminum
World’s steelmakers produce largest volume since September 2008.
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August Again Shows Steelmaking Gain
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Akron Children’s Hospital data loss incident circa 2009-09-18
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Mis-directed spyware exposes patients names and confidential medical and financial information
Alert: The Census Bureau does NOT conduct the 2010 Census via email or the Internet.
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Census Bureau Alert
A member of the Health and Human Services Department’s health IT policy committee is urging the agency to revise what she argues is an overly broad and unreliable provision of an otherwise solid interim final rule on data breach …
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HHS urged to rework data breach rule
The Florida Agency for Health Care Administration has launched a new tool for accessing information on privacy and security laws regarding electronic medical records and health information exchange. The Crosswalk Tool is the most recent addition to the agency’s Health Information Privacy and Security Resource Center on the Web at www.FHIN.net.
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Florida health agency deploys new data security tool
Perot Systems has signed a 10-year, $18 million contract to provide IT outsourcing and electronic health records implementation for India-based Max Healthcare. The agreement marks the Plan, Texas-based company’s first full IT outsourcing project in the Indian healthcare industry as well as the company’s first India-based healthcare client.
PGP Corporation announced the results from The Ponemon Institute’s third annual study on encryption usage in the enterprise – The 2009 Annual Study: German Enterprise Encryption Trends.
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53% of German companies had one or more data breaches in the last 12 months
Whatever tools an identity thief is using, whether Dumpster diving for individual credit card numbers, or stealing identities by the millions — “the damage that you can do to someone is exactly the same,” said Wayne Ivey, a Florida law enforcement officer who has specialized in identity theft investigations for more than 15 years. But this rapidly evolving crime is becoming more difficult to stop, Ivey said: Only one in 700 identity thieves is ever arrested.
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ID theft getting harder to stop