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Utah's Medicaid Data Breach Worse Than Expected
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4/19/2012 | 8:16:12 PM
re: Utah's Medicaid Data Breach Worse Than Expected
This is going to continue as long as people don't step back and take a look at the big picture. This is a violation of federal laws and the state of Utah is at fault. Kinda funny how the one state that has no separation of religion and state, is the only state to get "breached" I strongly encourage that everyone VOICE their opinion. This is WRONG! and the cover up sickens me.
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4/14/2012 | 2:14:49 PM
re: Utah's Medicaid Data Breach Worse Than Expected
One thing which bothers me greatly in the reporting on this is that they keep implying, or even saying directly, that the data other than SSN is not as sensitive or important. OK, I realize the SSN is useful for identity theft, but the procedure codes will contain terribly private and sensitive data for many of those affected, and in the long term could be used in many malicious ways.
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4/12/2012 | 4:47:14 AM
re: Utah's Medicaid Data Breach Worse Than Expected
This seems to be getting worse and worse. Underscores the importance of monitoring configuration changes.
Brian Prince, InformationWeek/Dark Reading Comment Moderator


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