Half of the 10 largest health data breaches so far in 2022 - affecting millions of individuals - have been added to the federal tally in just the last month as the latest wave of major hacking incidents being reported to regulators continues to grow.
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The American Dental Association allegedly was hit with an attack by new ransomware group "Black Basta." ADA is the latest medical professional organization to have a cyber incident disrupt services and potentially affect members' information. Tenet Health also experienced a cyberattack last week.
The Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report (2021 DBIR) examines more breaches than ever before, and sheds light on how the most common forms of cyber-attacks affected the international security landscape during the global pandemic. This year’s report saw 5,258 breaches from 83 contributors across the globe,...
The U.S. telecom carrier T-Mobile has confirmed that the Lapsus$ ransomware group has breached its internal network by compromising employee accounts. The company says hackers did not steal any sensitive customer or government information during the incident.
Solara Medical Supplies has agreed to pay $5 million and implement a host of security improvements under a proposed settlement of a consolidated class action lawsuit involving a 2019 phishing incident that affected sensitive information of more than 114,000 individuals.
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More than 670,000 individuals have been affected by two 2021 hacking incidents that were only recently reported to federal regulators. The breaches involve healthcare software and billing services firm Adaptive Health Integrations and urgent care provider Urgent Team Holdings.
Decentralized credit-based stablecoin protocol Beanstalk was the victim of "a theft of about $76 million in non-Beanstalk user assets." The Ethereum-based protocol did not specify what those assets included, but blockchain security firm PeckShield says the total losses are likely $182 million.
New legislation mandating cyber incident reporting for critical infrastructure providers within 72 hours, and the reporting of ransom payments within 24 hours, is "groundbreaking," says former National Security Agency deputy commander Tim Kosiba, CEO of security firm bracket f.
A lawsuit filed alleges, among other claims, that respiratory care provider SuperCare Health Inc. was negligent in failing to protect sensitive health information from a 2021 hacking incident affecting more than 300,000 patients. Experts say the litigation follows an increasingly familiar trend.
A breach involving the compromise of a single user's email account at an Illinois-based multispecialty clinic has affected nearly 503,000 individuals - one of the largest breaches reported so far this year to federal regulator. How can other entities avoid similar email security incidents?
We’re in the 4th Industrial Revolution, and it came unannounced...that's the backdrop of this 2022 study. The revolution came with smart devices, automation, cloud migration and a new streamlined ability to engage with customers and partners - along with the vulnerabilities inherent in legacy technology: the...
BlackCat, believed a rebranded version of the BlackMatter or DarkSide ransomware group, claims to have successfully targeted popular Nigerian betting platform Bet9ja, three universities - FIU, NCAT State University, AIT-Thailand, and the largest natural gas supplier in Latin America - TGS. Bet9ja, FIU, and NCAT State...
Five recently reported data breaches involving cyberattacks on a variety of different types of healthcare sector entities have affected a total of more than 1.2 million individuals. Experts say the incidents highlight the intensifying threat landscape in the sector.