We live in an exciting time. Technological advances have showered almost every industry with innovation, leading us to breakthroughs that have made our lives simpler, our worlds bigger, our understanding greater.

These advances have also made information more accessible, which in many ways is revolutionary. Can you imagine driving to a new location without the help of Google Maps, or no longer having the latest news at your fingertips? But when information falls into the wrong hands, things stop being revolutionary and start getting dangerous.

We are inundated with technology at every turn, and while encryptions and password protections may give the illusion of safety, much of our information is up for grabs. Especially when it comes to our most personal and private data: healthcare records.

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