It seems like there's another data breach every day. We share quite a bit of our personal information online (and off), and when hackers and unhappy accidents potentially expose that data, it can be scary. And some data breaches can be scarier than others.
Take the American Medical Collection Agency, for instance. AMCA is a billing and collections company for medical service providers, working with laboratories, hospitals, and physician groups. That gives them expansive access to personal, financial, and health data of millions of patients, and a data breach last month has left an ever-expanding list of patients' data exposed.