Our health information is some of the most sensitive and personal data we have, which also makes it a prime target for hackers. The National Healthcare Care Anti-Fraud Association estimates that health care fraud costs the nation about $68 billion annual – about three percent of the nation’s $2.26 trillion in healthcare spending. This number is only expected to grow as hackers grow even more sophisticated. Clearly, traditional methods of securing data – through passwords, PINs, and tokens – aren’t working. So, what are organizations to do?