SPOTLIGHT: UCSF patient data stolen

The personal information for about 600 patients at the University of California, San Francisco may have fallen into the hands of hackers after a faculty physician fell victim to a "phishing" scam. Responding to an email message made to look like it came from UCSF IT security workers, the doc provided his user name and passcode. Article

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