Utah governor launches security audit of data systems after Medicaid breach; Continua makes guidelines available for download;

> Following the Medicaid breach that impacted close to 800,000 recipients, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is launching a security audit of all of the data systems in the state, the Salt Lake Tribune reports. Article

> An employee who was laid off from his job as a computer security administrator at Waterbury (Conn.) Hospital in February was arrested for hacking into his ex-boss's email account and sending threatening messages, NBC Connecticut reports. Article

> The Continua Health Alliance made its most recent personal health technology design guidelines available as a free download for device vendors, Healthcare IT News reports. The guidelines had only been accessible by Continua members during interoperability testing. Article

And Finally... Makes me look forward to HIMSS next year. Article

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