Did you know that resolution of breaches of protected health information on paper or x-rays often is cheaper than breaches of electronic data?

Following an electronic breach, contracting with a forensics investigation firm often is needed to determine what data was compromised. But provider organizations that maintain identification logs of paper records and x-rays sent to storage or destruction makes it much easier to determine the scope of a breach and the individuals affected, says Katherine Keefe, global focus group leader of breach response services at Beazley Group, a liability insurer that also offers breach remediation services.

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