Monthly Archives: January 2013

So, Why Not Encrypt?

My last blog post predicted that 2013 will be the year of the healthcare data breach.   I detailed that the majority of medical data breached was lost through portable media or laptop computers.  Usually this means the theft or … Continue reading

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It’s 2013, Do You Know Where Your Medical Records Are?

Here’s a prediction for you: 2013 will be the Year of the Healthcare Data Breach.  Just like 2012, 2011, and 2010.  Yeah, I’m not going out a limb on this one. An impressive migration from paper to electronic health records … Continue reading

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Missing the Point: The “Post-PC Era”

With the surge in tablet and smartphone sales, we have been told that we’re in the “Post-PC Era.” On its face that sounds reasonable, given the iPads, Kindles, and Nexus tablets that most assuredly are cutting into the sales of … Continue reading

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