Kaiser Had Malware on Server for 2.5 Years

The Northern California division of Kaiser Permanente is notifying about 5,100 patients that protected health information was on a server found in February 2014 to be infected with malicious software.

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This is gonna be major HIPAA issue for them. When checking old serves, scan with multiple av engines. there are tools out there that can do it fast like Metascan. or if you have a huge budget and DIY attidute run it through VM's with a different AV on each. But come on Kaiser (my health care provider)
Posted by John W | Wednesday, April 09 2014 at 8:20PM ET
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