Data and identity theft


Introduction

The market is driving more information sharing and transparency in health costs, with the intention of enabling people to make more value-driven healthcare decisions. As information sharing has grown, the risk of lost or misused information has also increased. The growing portability of data via the Internet and mobile devices, the lack of adequate safeguards, and higher incentives for thieves along with minimal risks of prosecution are all contributing to the growing problem of data and identity theft. Management at Dermaceutics is concerned that data may have already been compromised. With Dermaceutics's reputation and competitiveness at stake, the company's CEO approaches PwC.

As a member of the team assigned to this new client, you have been asked to take immediate action to interact with subject matter professionals and conduct research with the help of PwC's knowledge management tools and resources.

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