In a column for Digital Health, Davey Winder, explores whether data security in healthcare is doing its job correctly.
The transgender charity has been fined £25,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for failing to keep the personal data of its users secure.
Babylon admitted in June that three patients were able to view recordings of other patient’s consultations using the GP at Hand app.
Public Health Wales has confirmed a data breach which involved the personally identifiable data of Welsh residents who have tested positive for Covid-19.
Babylon Health confirmed that three patients were able to view recordings of other patient’s consultations using the GP at Hand app.
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Our latest round-up of cyber security news includes proposed guidance on securing the PACS ecosystem and a report that WannaCry is still alive and well.
A statement from Tavistock and Portman confirmed that “due to an error”, an email regarding an upcoming art project exposed the email addresses of patients.
The August edition of Digital Health’s cyber security round-up includes updates on the Capital One data breach – described as one of the biggest ever – and insights from Hiscox’s Cyber Readiness report.
The employee was able to obtain the personal information of 547,000 Bupa Global health insurance customers, but no medical information was stolen.