Hello community. Today there is a data leak of the company BAMSI. A few words about the company itself: “BAMSI is a private, non-profit social services organization that provides behavioral health and public health services to adults and children with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses. BAMSI was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Brockton, Massachusetts, with 50,000 patients served annually” I wonder what should happen so that organizations working with people and, accordingly, with their personal data would comply with at least the basic requirements of information security? Don’t know. Probably only tightening the responsibility of the company’s management will help. As part of the data leak, as always, personal data of patients, employees and curious financial machinations of the company’s management. For example , an intramuscular injection service unexpectedly costs $ 25 ! Unique rates. You can study the prices of medicines yourself and compare them with the prices at any pharmacy located next to this clinic, which has a bunch of orders from the state and state governments. You can see the address of the clinic at the link https://www.zoominfo.com/c/bamsi-inc/2183469 Traditional gratitude to the management of BAMSI for the opportunity to study their machinations. Don’t skimp on information security. Always yours. Robert.
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