A pharmacist in Canada has been fined and suspended for six months after accessing the electronic health records of 46 people, including her child’s girlfriend, without authorization. The pharmacist, Robyn Keddy, used the provincial Drug Information System to access the records over a two-year period and even created false profiles to gain access. The incident highlights the need for monitoring and preventing unauthorized access to electronic health records.
Lazarus Group’s Cryptocurrency Holdings Plummet to $47 Million Amid Heightened Cybersecurity Concerns
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