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Cybersecurity Law

Legal experts say New York-registered service contract providers must take immediate action to comply with the state’s new Cybersecurity Regulation before the looming deadline at the end of next month, and before the state’s regulators levy heavy fines and penalties to send a message to the industry. Editor’s Note: This column, written by Locke Lord… Continue reading Cybersecurity Law

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Nightmare scenario: Only 5% of hospitals annually test medical device security

    Pretty much anyone in the health IT or hacker communities could tell you that medical devices are security sieves and potential nightmares for hospitals. But new research paints an even bleaker picture. “Only 9 percent of manufacturers and 5 percent of users say they test medical devices at least annually,” according to the… Continue reading Nightmare scenario: Only 5% of hospitals annually test medical device security

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Trumpcare – The Cities Most and Least Affected

With the average health-insurance premium estimated to rise 15 to 20 percent in the next two years and federal tax credits expected to decrease under the recently proposed American Health Care Act, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Cities Most Affected by Trumpcare. To gauge the impact of the Republican-proposed health… Continue reading Trumpcare – The Cities Most and Least Affected