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Daily Dashboard | LA County Vote: Third-Party Contractors Have To Be Encrypted Related reading: ICDPPC establishes working group on ethics and data protection in AI

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Following a February breach in which eight computers—hosting personal information on more than 342,000 patients—were taken from the offices of Sutherland Healthcare Solutions, Los Angeles County supervisors are moving to tighten protocols for data protection, Los Angeles Times reports. The supervisors voted Tuesday to extend their policy, which already mandates that laptops be encrypted, so that all county departments’ computer workstations’ hard drives are also encrypted. The supervisors have also asked that county staff members develop a plan to require any third-party contractors hired by the county be required to “encrypt sensitive information on their computers as a condition of their contracts.”
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