Two years ago, health law attorney Daniel Gottlieb would counsel clients to focus data security efforts on human errors that can cause data breaches, such as leaving a laptop on an airplane or in the back of a car.

Now, he talks of two types of cyber criminals—those engaged in collecting Social Security numbers and other health data for common theft, and those engaged in espionage such as economic crimes and backed by nation states. And he talks of having a breach response plan—now.

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