Ponemon Study Finds Increase in Healthcare Data Breaches

The costs of data breaches continue to rise. According to a December 2012 study by the Ponemon Institute, the average economic impact of a healthcare data breach over the past two years was $2.4 million, which was an increase of more than $400,000 over 2010. More organizations continue to have multiple data breaches, with 45% of organizations reporting that they have had more than 5 data breaches over the past two years.

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