Is Your Janitor Cleaning Out Your Sensitive Information?
One of my last blogs discussed the risks of third-party contractors and their responsibilities for protecting information. This blog will address yet another third-party risk – your janitors. A janitor was recently arrested for removing boxes of records from a Southern California health care clinic. Interested only in getting money for the paper, the janitor sold 14 boxes of patient records to a recycling center for $40. This janitor was not interested in identity theft, but the next one might be… In an earlier case, a janitor stole personal information from patient files at a Chicago hospital, participating in an identity theft ring thatRead More →