Heightened security concerns lead to classes

Parish, Linn
April 2002
Journal of Business (10756124);4/18/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 9, pA17
Trade Publication
Reports the system security breach of a healthcare provider in the U.S. Demand for training on security issues; Development of curricula; Target market for the training courses.


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