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Your Health Care Information Is Insecure — And Extremely Lucrative On The Black Market





This week, a malware attack struck Ukrainian computer systems and quickly spread to tens of thousands of machines across dozens of countries, including the U.K. and the United States. The proliferating computer virus, called Petya, raises the question ― as is often the case when data hacks, breaches and disruptions occur ― of just how safe an end user’s personal information is when it’s on a network.

Not very.

It’s unclear whether the Ukrainian attackers were motivated by money or mayhem. But money is certainly the motive when it comes to what read more >>>

Source:: HuffingtonPost.Com

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