The healthcare sector is one of the most highly targeted for cyber attack. With the copious amount of sensitive data sets, like personally identifiable information (PII), medical history, and more, cyber hackers think of healthcare databases as a treasure trove of information.
The client was using a costly security log aggregation tool as an added layer of security for three core web business applications. They needed to determine if they should continue storing customer social security numbers in their system, or discontinue and possibly lower their risk exposure. Importantly, the client needed to determine the value they were receiving for this technology investment.
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