In a May 22, 2018 article that appeared in Law360 Expert Analysis piece, Squire Patton Boggs partner Elliot Golding writes, “There is no shortage of attention on health care data privacy and cybersecurity, with an avalanche of new and proposed government and regulatory initiatives underway. Although health care has long been a key target for malicious actors given the data sensitivity and potential for life-threatening disruption, the rapid rise of health care smart devices — from fitness and portable devices to health care tracking apps — is intensifying the focus on data privacy and cybersecurity.”

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