Russ Davis and others-
Having served as Chief Innovation Officer at MedStar and Director,
Translational Informatics at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and having blogged
extensively in the past about this at www.healthsystemcio.com (e.g.,
this is a losing battle.
I tend to be "doom and gloom", but note that the NSA AES 256 bit has been
appears to work better if the perpetrator can get their hands on both keys.