HealthCare.gov ducked final security requirements before launch

by Larry Emmott on November 5, 2013

in Health Care Politics,Internet,Security

From CBS News:

…released an Obama administration memo that shows four days before the launch, the government took an unusual step. It granted itself a waiver to launch the website with “a level of uncertainty … deemed as a high (security) risk.”

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-57610797/healthcare.gov-ducked-final-security-requirements-before-launch/?tag=socsh

 

Related:

“We received a phone call from a gentleman named Justin in North Carolina who informed me that he had gone on the healthcare.gov website and when he logged in under his log in and password, he received a document of all of my and my wife’s personal information,” Dougall said.

via Midlands man has personal information compromised on ACA website – WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather.

Curiouser and curiouser. If a dental office did this it would be a clear HIPAA, HITECH violation, a big fine and possibly a law suit.

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