Good news ! Hackbusters community is waiting for you !  https://discuss.hackbusters.com
KnowBe4 has been running the HackBusters site for a few years now, providing you with trending IT security news. We are expanding it and have launched a new exciting online community! The forum is divided into four main topics or categories: Social Engineering, Ransomware, Phishing and Security Awareness Training. You are invited to be one of the first to join us at: https://discuss.hackbusters.com.

Privacy commissioner finds Health Prince Edward Island response to unauthorized hospital employee accessing patient files was reasonable

Ryan Ross reports:

Health P.E.I.’s response to a privacy breach involving patient health records was reasonable, but steps could have been taken to prevent it, says P.E.I.’s privacy commissioner.In a report released in December, privacy commissioner Karen Rose reviewed the unauthorized access of electronic health records for 353 people, which she referred to as “snooping”.Rose found Health P.E.I. had reasonable practices to prevent snooping, but the access credentials for the employee responsible should have been changed prior to the breach because of a change in her responsibilities.The report said the employee, who is not identified, previously worked as a licensed practical nurse until the province changed the education qualifications in 2014.

Read more on Journal Pioneer.

View All Trending Stories