In light of MGH healthcare data breach, experts call for transparency

August 30, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

A recent healthcare data breach at Massachusetts General Hospital underscores the need for greater transparency when it comes to cybersecurity incidents.

Cybersecurity experts describe MGH's statement on the breach as being light on details. In its announcement about the healthcare data breach, MGH stated that it is notifying nearly 10,000 individuals of a privacy incident that occurred in research programs within MGH's department of neurology. The statement said that an unauthorized third party "had access to databases related to two computer applications used by researchers in the Department of Neurology for specific neurology research studies."

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