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NHS mobile security in poor health

The UK National Health Service has been slammed for failing to provide adequate security for potentially sensitive data held on mobile storage devices. Yep, that could be your medical records on some doctors unsecured mobile device.

But what's worrying is the blase attitude the NHS seems to have to the potential dangers.

June 28, 2006 | Permalink


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