Important Note: Please write this topic on Impact of Health Information Technology on Patient. Since this is my final topic.Attaching the introduction which I submitted
According to the authors, privacy and security go hand in hand; and hence, privacy cannot be protected without implementing proper security controls and technologies. Today, organizations must make not only reasonable efforts to offer protection of privacy of data, but also must go much further as privacy breaches are damaging to its customers, reputation, and potentially could put the company out of business. As we continue learning from our various professional areas of practice, its no doubt that breaches have become an increasing concern to many businesses and their future operations.
For this discussion, find an example of a security breach which compromised data records at a company in the same industry as you will be using in your final paper. Summarize the breach, discuss the data that was lost and identify security controls that you would recommend be in place (be certain to remember to cite sources) that could have prevented this breach from occurring. Remember to critical respond appropriately to two other leaners for full points.
Please make your initial post and two response posts substantive. A substantive post will do at least two of the following:
At least one scholarly source should be used in the initial discussion thread. Be sure to use information from your readings and other sources from the UC Library. Use proper citations and references in your post.
Textbook: Chapter 11 – Information Governance and Privacy and Security Functions
Borgman, C. L. (2018). Open Data, Grey Data, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier. Berkeley Technology Law Journal, 33(2), 365–412.
Qin, H., Li, Z., & Yang, J. (2020). The Impact of Online Media Big Data on Firm Performance: Based on Grey Relation Entropy Method. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 1–7. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/1847194
Savić, D. (2019). When is ‘grey’ too ‘grey’? A case of grey data. Grey Journal (TGJ), 15(2), 71