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The US Desperately Needs of a Department of Cyber Security

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As the world is turning digital, warfare is following suit in a very rapid and devastating way. Countless organizations in all sectors (Target, Equifax, DNC, IRS) are continuously reporting data hacks. According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), federal civilian agencies reported 35,277 cybersecurity incidents, such as web-based attacks, phishing and loss or theft of […]

US Health Care and Health Tech Innovation

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On March 28, 2019 District of Columbia’s Judge John Bates made a decision to dismiss the US Labor Department’s association health plan (AHP) rule. The AHP rule allows small businesses the affordability to pool together and provide health plans for employees in a competitive landscape. Judge Bates, however, saw the rule as an initiative to […]

Credit Reporting Reform: Individual Consumers Must Take Responsibility of Their Own Data

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In September 2017, Equifax announced that the information of 143 million of Americans had been hacked. This was just one of the latest companies to be compromised, joining Yahoo’s 1 billion accounts, JPMorgan’s 83 million accounts, and Target’s 40 million accounts hacked, among others. What made this hack very concerning was the fact that Equifax […]

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