Phoenix-based Banner Health notified patients of a cyberattack that compromised their records. There were 3.7 million potential victims affected by this cyberattack and the information included names,birthdates, address, physician names, dates of service, clinical information, possibly health insurance information, and Social Security numbers were all compromised in the breach.
It definitely appears like companies are not practicing very good DLP, which stands for Data Loss Prevention. When are the data breaches going to slow down? When are companies going to improve their IT security departments? These simply can't be answered right now.