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In recent years, data breaches have become more prevalent, and cybercriminals have continued to develop more sophisticated tools to gain unauthorized access to health data. One recent report shows that since 2009, hackers have stolen more than 176.3 million health records in over 1,100 separate breaches. A large percentage of these breaches are caused either by human error or by inconsistent security requirements among healthcare providers and their vendors.


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