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Health provider Brightline reported a breach impacting 783,000 patients yesterday, just two days after T-Mobile announced its second breach of a barely middle-aged year.
And yet, while par-for-the-course stories like that continue to accumulate, there just may be a few rays of hope on the security landscape as well, based on conversations by cyber experts with ChannelPro at last week’s RSA Conference in San Francisco. Here are a few of those upbeat trends.
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