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Mobile Devices Pose New Security Risks for Patients; Five Experts Share Insights on mHealth
Date:8/13/2011

" a research effort to measure financial risk and implications of data breach in healthcare. He is an expert in privacy and information security, with extensive experience leading organizations to address the growing problem of protecting PHI/PII and remediating privacy incidents and identity theft. Previously, Kam spent 20 years at IBM Corporation in sales, management, and customer relationship management consulting.

Robert Siciliano, CEO of IDTheftSecurity.com, is committed to informing, educating, and empowering Americans to protect themselves from violence and crime in the physical and virtual worlds. For more than 20 years, Robert has been working in all aspects of security. A blogger, consultant, and speaker on a wide variety of topics including computer security, identity theft, and social networking security, Robert is often interviewed on national television, to give advice to consumers and to weigh in on security issues.


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