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I Wish They All Could Be California (Data Privacy) Laws

Editor’s Note: This is part of a shared blog series between Trifecta General Counsel and Moxe,  chronicling the journey to research and understand the interactions between state-based privacy laws and HIPAA. See the first in the series here.

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Virginia is for Lovers (of Data Privacy)

Trifecta General Counsel and Moxe Health have joined to present this series, helping you understand interactions between state privacy laws and HIPAA. Previously we looked at Ohio. This time it’s Old Dominion, the state that calls itself “Mother of...

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50 Shades of Privacy: Understanding State-based Data Compliance

Editor’s Note: This is the first of a shared blog series between Trifecta General Counsel and Moxe,  chronicling the journey to research and understand the interactions between state-based privacy laws and HIPAA. Trifecta General Counsel provides...

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Cybercriminals Focus on Healthcare and Senior Executives

Ransomware across all industries has declined since 2015. That’s the good news. The bad news is that that cyber-gangs are focusing on government, healthcare – and, especially, senior executives.

In the month of February there was one phishing attempt in...

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PHI Faxed to the Same Wrong Number for Years

For years, a used-computer store in Saskatchewan has been receiving patient records over its fax line. The owner has tried to be nice about it, but Darryl Arnold says he’s finally “fed up,” according to area radio station CJME-AM.

Despite repeated...

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The Cloud – What the Heck is it, Actually?

Thank goodness for the cloud! Whatever it is. (So to really understand it, I asked its creator.)

Some may tout it as the be-all cure-all, but what the cloud really is – is a marketing term.

“At the time, the need was more of an internal marketing need...

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The Security Problem You Don’t Know You Have

You likely have a problem with security. Only problem is, you don’t know about it.

My introduction to healthcare came from my mother. She worked as a physical therapist, recently retired, and we speak frequently.

Many of our conversations deal with how...

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