Singapore Suffers A Huge Health DataBase Compromise - Amazing Timing For Australia.

This was reported a few hours ago... Singapore suffers 'most serious' data breach, affecting 1.5M healthcare patients including Prime MinisterGovernment describes attack as "deliberate, targeted, well-planned" and assures no medical data has been tempered with, but security vendors warn compromised data may end up for sale on the Dark Web. By Eileen Yu for By The Way | July 20, 2018 -- 15:55 GMT (01:55 AEST) | Topic: Security  Singapore has suffered its "most serious" data breach, compromising personal data of 1.5 million healthcare patients including that of its Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. The affected users are patients of SingHealth, which is the country's largest group of healthcare institutions comprising 42 clinical specialties, four public hospitals, five speciality centres, nine polyclinics, as well as three community hospitals.  Singapore government has been opening up user data access to ease information exchange and business transactions, but it should... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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