Human error to blame for Grady data breach
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 23, 2008
Human error, rather than hackers, apparently caused the medical records of 45 Grady Memorial Hospital patients to make their way onto an unsecured Web site in July. Grady outsourced the job of transcribing the notes to a Marietta, GA, firm, which outsourced the work to a Nevada contractor, which in turn turned the work over to a firm in India.
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