With Premera Blue Cross now the victim of a huge cyber attack affecting 11 million individuals—following Anthem’s attack that hit about 78.8 million—the justifications for not encrypting data at rest may quickly be evaporating.
When healthcare providers and insurers assess the risks and conduct cost-benefit analyses on whether core electronic health records and insurance information systems should be encrypted, more often than not the decision has been made to not encrypt.
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