zations the incentive to adopt electronic medical records and adequate security mechanisms?
C1) How will the perceived threat change over time? How will countermeasures change?
D1) How will future development of information technology change the privacy and security picture? D2) Does the prospect of computers in the home imply significant changes or challenges to your current operations?
E1) What technologies do you know of that are currently under development that could have a significant impact on system security and accessibility?
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