Posted on October 29th, 2009 No comments
The bill on the top was addressed to him, but underneath was a stack of medical records of more than 70 people. The private information included copies of driver’s licenses, surgery records, and Social Security numbers.
Patients’ medical records land in man’s mailbox
Posted on July 31st, 2009 No comments
Bank Technology News-“In America we have a bias at the top levels of management; there’s a notion that standardization is non-competitive,” says Tom Wills, senior analyst in charge of security and fraud practice for Javelin Strategy and Research, who says the tech-heavy focus of most federated ID efforts hasn’t helped. “These initiatives have had trouble
United Nations of Identity Management