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13.4M Kaiser Insurance Members Affected by Data Leak to Online Advertisers

Tracking code used for keeping tabs on how members navigated through the healthcare giant's online and mobile sites was oversharing a concerning amount of information.

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Change Healthcare Admits to Making Ransom Payment to Protect Patient Data, Discloses That Hacker Broke in Days Before Attack

Parent company UnitedHealth Group has released further details about the devastating Change Healthcare attack that caused widespread damage throughout the United States, taking large chunks of revenue from some care providers and in some cases keeping patients from needed medication.

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Expert Commentary: World Password Day

As compromised passwords/credentials continue to be one of the most common cause of data breaches, I wanted to reach out and share some expert commentary from leaders across the cybersecurity and tech space on the importance of this day as well as insights into best practices for improving password security posture.

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U.S. Treasury, NSF Partner to Bolster Terrorism, Cyber Risk Modeling

The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Federal Insurance Office (FIO) announced a major new initiative this week to improve the insurance industry's capabilities around modeling and underwriting terrorism and catastrophic cyber risks.

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AI Eases Coding, Paving the Way for Swifter Business Innovation

From Silicon Valley startups to tech giants, artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the art of computer programming. It offers developers a powerful new toolkit to brainstorm ideas, write and refine code, and fix pesky bugs — all with the help of AI-powered assistants.

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Healthcare Provider Kaiser Permanente Discloses Online Tracking Data Breach Impacting 13.4 Million

Healthcare provider Kaiser Permanente has disclosed a data breach stemming from online tracking that inadvertently exposed patient information with third-party advertisers.

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