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Subject: [Cybersecurity] Trump administration to improve medical device security | Cyberattacks cost $6M annually | 14 healthcare startups to watch | Misdirected letters, faxes are most common Medicaid breach
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October 23, 2018
FDA signs agreement with Homeland Security to improve medical device security

2. Report: Successful cyberattacks cost healthcare organizations $6M each year 

3. Most common type of state Medicaid breach? Misdirected letters, faxes 

4.  Becker's Virtual Health IT Summit - Click here to register for the 3-day online event. 

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6. Trump administration's new insurance guidelines for states, employers: 10 things to know 

7. Phishing attack at North Carolina hospital compromises 3 employee email accounts 

8. How safe is your organization's patient health data? Download this free white paper 
to learn how to protect patient data from cyberattacks. 

9. HHS updates security risk assessment tool 
10. CNBC: 14 healthcare startups to watch 





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