Medicity, Inc. announced Wednesday that El Camino Hospital has gone live in only 60 days with the first phase of a health information exchange forhealthcare providers in California’s Silicon Valley.
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El Camino Hospital launches HIE in Silicon Valley
Bank Info Security- “It’s always great to see the bad guys being hauled in, especially with a case this big, but it would be a mistake to assume that there aren’t other criminals out there with similar goals and skill sets,” says Tom Wills, Senior Analyst, Security & Fraud at Javelin Strategy and Research. Because
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Experts: More Heartland-Style Breaches Expected
Massachusetts’ Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulations has once again delayed the effective date of its identity theft regulations and announced proposed changes to the rules that should make them more consistent with federal law and somewhat more palatable for smaller companies. Under the latest postponement, the proposed new rules …
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More Delay, Changes for Mass. ID Theft Rules
State regulators in Massachusetts have made changes to a set of identity theft regulations.
More bad news in the world of data security: Companies aren’t just losing more of their customers’ private information than ever before. Customers are also losing patience with those increasingly common breaches
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MetaData: The Rising Price Of Data Breaches
7-Eleven Inc. said Tuesday that the theft of credit and debit card data at its stores as part of what is believed to be the biggest retail data breach in history occurred during a 12-day period in 2007.
Albert Gonzalez, the Miami resident who was indicted last summer with stealing credit card data from TJX, BJ’s Wholesale Club, OfficeMax, Boston Market, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority, Forever 21 and DSW can now add Heartland, Hannaford and 7-Eleven to the lengthy list of retailers that the federal government says he penetrated. In case you feel left out, there are two to three additional major retail chains that the feds have accused him of attacking, although those chains have yet to disclose that they were breached.But the indictment revealed several key contradictions with 7-Eleven and Heartland and one major retailer’s security executive found the government’s specifics to be a convincing indictment against PCI.
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Gonzalez: The Al Capone Of Cyber Thieves?
Company has yet to decide whether to close mill for several years or permanently.
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Ameristeel Shuttering Oklahoma Steel Mill
Conference will focus on recycling’s role in energy conservation and on trends in electronics recycling.
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NERC Releases Details on Fall Conference
Packaging group fears mandates to follow could eliminate design benefits preferred by consumers.
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French Law Decried by EUROPEN