Third-Party Security: Guarding Against Complacency

September 3, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

Oregon-based Providence Health Plan says some of its members were among the nearly 3 million individuals affected by a nine-year data breach revealed by Virginia-based health plan administrator Dominion National in June.

What lessons are emerging from the Dominion National security incident and others involving third parties? The most important one is simply this: Organizations must guard against becoming complacent about the security practices of the vendors they use.

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