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Subject: [Cybersecurity] 5 biggest HIPAA fines since 2008 | McAfee: Hackers can alter patient vitals | OpenEMR's software left 100M patient records vulnerable | Healthcare documents found in parking lot of R.I. hospital
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August 14, 2018
1. Flaws in OpenEMR's software left 100M patient records vulnerable 

2. Flaw in medical devices might allow hackers to change patient vital signs, McAfee finds 

3. HIPAA through the years: 5 biggest fines since 2008 Full story

4. Healthcare cybersecurity breaches are on the rise, and patients are at risk. To learn how to safeguard your organization's patient data, download this whitepaper.

5. Nominations open for Becker's 50 CISOs to know - 2018 list! Click here to nominate a great CISO that should be featured on our list.

6. Urgent care provider notifies 13K to data breach 

7. To learn what to do when new technology impedes clinical efficiency, register for this upcoming webinar.

8. Here's why fax machines may be hackers' next big target 

9. A bug may allow hackers to comprise Mac laptops during 1st use 

10. 3M patient records breached in Q2: 6 things to know 

11. To learn how to turn your organization's cybersecurity weaknesses into strengths, download this free whitepaper.

12. Newport Hospital employee finds healthcare documents in parking lot 




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