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Health Care Records Are the Most Valuable on the Dark Web

October 29, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Encryption, Digital Signatures, Certificates, Tokenization

A health care record for a single targeted individual fetches an average of $250 on the dark web. Payment card information draws far less at $5.14 per record, and social security numbers garner just .53 cents each, according to Trustwave.
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