- Banking and credit data is worth $5.40 per record on the Dark Web, while healthcare records are worth over $250 each. This is because healthcare records typically contain virtually all the private and protected information that exists for that person, including banking and credit card data.
- It is likely prudent to assume we have entered the realm of the perimeter-free workplace, and that remote work combined with less populated and less-dense office locations will be part of that future new normal.
- Now is the time to evaluate and assess what that might look like for each of our organizations and do what we can to protect healthcare data.
– David MacLeod | June 30, 2020