1993-11-26 - Re: Health Security

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From: jdwilson@gold.chem.hawaii.edu (Jim Wilson (VA))
To: MJMISKI@macc.wisc.edu (Matthew J Miszewski)
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UTC Datetime: 1993-11-26 16:33:54 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 26 Nov 93 08:33:54 PST

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From: jdwilson@gold.chem.hawaii.edu (Jim Wilson (VA))
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 93 08:33:54 PST
To: MJMISKI@macc.wisc.edu (Matthew J Miszewski)
Subject: Re: Health Security
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> I realize that this is of marginal crypto import, but I need as much info
> as possible on Hospital Information Systems and security.  Especially
> on CICS and AIX systems.  Do any cryptographic protocols exist yet to
> protect huge interactive medical databases?
> Please send responses in mail.
> --Matt
> ______________________________________________________________________________
> In defense of liberty, encrypt for all purposes, civil and professional.
> In defense of privacy, encrypt all correspondence, personal and professional.
> In defense of sanity, do not encrypt your dry cleaning invoice!
>        ++++++++--------mjmiski@macc.wisc.edu                          (c)1993
What specifically are you asking about?  Are you talking about encrypted
password protection or encryption of part or all of the databases?