Like many industries, the health care sector is relying more heavily on new technology to provide digital medical records that are often stored on cloud-based servers and transmitted electronically. With the technological advances come privacy and security concerns that the FTC is watching closely. Cora Han, a senior attorney in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the FTC, recently spoke at a meeting of the Health Care Cloud Coalition, a not-for-profit representing cloud computing, telecommunication, digital health, and healthcare companies in the health care sector. Han addressed the FTC’s expectations and enforcement efforts for privacy and security related to cloud-based mobile technology companies in the health care industry. See also “Steps to Take Following a Healthcare Data Breach” (Apr. 22, 2015).