10 Million Healthcare.gov Accounts Vulnerable to Theft

Healthcare.gov holds a database with information from over 10 million accounts, each account holding sensitive information such as social security numbers, birthdates, and passport numbers. A recent audit left experts reeling, surprised that the system has not yet been breached. Over 145 vulnerabilities were found of varying severity in the $110 million system meant to keep the data safe. Since the security review, healthcare.gov claims to have implemented all of the suggestions put forward by the inspectors. More can be read on this subject in this article put out by The Associated Press.



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