OIG findings on HIT security issues get mixed reaction

05/24/2011 | GovInfoSecurity.com

Some industry observers say two reports from the HHS Office of the Inspector General that identified gaps in federal HIT security efforts are a "wake-up call" that could be a catalyst for action. Deven McGraw of the ONC's Privacy & Security Tiger Team, however, contends that the reports failed to underscore "the need for a coordinated security strategy coming out of HHS, if not the White House."

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