Too many healthcare employees complacent about security

Non-technical health care employees are too complacent about the possibility of a data breach

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Non-technical health care employees are too complacent about the possibility of a data breach, and few are aware that it has happened to their organizations, according to a survey released today of employees at large and mid-sized health care organizations.

"There's a typical 'it can't happen to me' phenomenon," said Steve Kelley, at Chicago-based Trustwave Holdings, Inc., which sponsored the survey.

This is a huge vulnerability gap for health care organizations, he said, considering the large number of data breaches hitting health care organizations in recent years.

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