Last year was another banner year for HIPAA data breaches reported to the Department of Human Services Office of Civil Rights (HHS/OCR), and the reporting period hasn’t yet closed, as organizations experiencing breaches affecting fewer than 500 individuals have until 60 days after the end of the calendar year in which the breach occurred to make the report.Read more »
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