Insider Allegedly Steals Mental Health Data of 28,000 Patients

December 5, 2017

The alleged theft of mental health information on more than 28,000 patients in Texas, which went undetected for well over a year, is yet another reminder of the substantial risks that terminated employees can pose as well as the need to take extra steps to protect the most sensitive patient information.

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