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Daily Dashboard | NJ bans and fines company following data breach Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Editorial Director, Aug. 16, 2019




In New Jersey, the state’s Division of Consumer Affairs has permanently banned and fined health care transcription vendor ATA Consulting, Health Data Management reports. Following a data breach that exposed 1,654 patient records at Virtua Medical Group, ATA Consulting is banned from owning or managing a business in the state. The company was found responsible for the data breach after a misconfiguration on the server exposed protected health information. After regulators learned Virtua Medical Group failed to conduct a risk analysis following the breach and also failed to implement security measures to reduce the risk, the health care organization was fined more than $417,000 and agreed to improve its data security practices.
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