IT security issues pose major risk for e-healthcare

Friday, 10 March 2006, 12:09 AM EST

There is increasing concern that e-health records, when linked to any computer network, can be as vulnerable as PCs are to attack from Internet predators. Shouldn't the industry devise security measures that can protect that kind of sensitive data, before doctors start making it readily available over shared databases and networks?

At TechNewsWorld.

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