Utah’s 2012 health data breach—a security slip that exposed the personal information of three-quarters of a million residents to hackers—was a costly mistake. The state has spent about $9 million on security audits, upgrades and credit monitoring for victims—and that’s just the beginning.
Utah's health data breach was a costly mistake
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