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Subject: [Cybersecurity] Hackers target payment portal at Blue Cross of Idaho | 23,000 affected in Palmetto Health phishing attack | 45% of consumers think they can keep PHI safer than providers | 3 cybersecurity trends
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April 16, 2019
1. Hackers tried to reroute payments of 5,600 Blue Cross of Idaho members 
2. Palmetto Health alerts 23,000 patients of phishing attack 

3. 45% of consumers think they can keep PHI safer than providers 

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6. Healthcare is worst-performing S&P 500 sector so far this year 

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8. Healthcare is No. 1 industry affected by data breaches: 3 cybersecurity trends 
9. Pregnancy tracking app raises privacy concerns over data shared with employers 

10. Organizations largely unprepared to deal with a cyberattack, survey finds 

11. Why access management is still a foundation for strong security in 2019 - Download this podcast 
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