The Data Breach Blog
St. Peter's Health Partners is notifying more than 5,000 patients that a manager's cell phone, which contained their personal information, was stolen.
Certain individuals who payment cards on a grill parts website are being notified that their information may have been compromised as a result of a series of cyber attacks.
Metropolitan State University wants faculty, staff and students to know that an attacker may have breached its web server to access a database that contained their personal information.
Malware was found on POS systems at four independently owned and operated Wingstop locations, and it could have enabled attackers to capture customer payment card information.
Several thousand customers are being notified that unauthorized persons accessed the ValuePetSupplies.com servers and installed malicious files to capture personal information.
The Georgia-based parking operator is notifying customers of a security compromise involving payment card data processed through its e-commerce website.
Malware was found on point-of-sale terminals used at food and beverage outlets in the Visalia Marriott at the Convention Center in California.
An unencrypted, password protected desktop computer containing personal information was stolen from Children's Eyewear Sight, a participating provider with IEHP that provides vision services.
Malicious code was inserted into the functions that process customer payment information on the ID Parts website, and customer credit card information was stolen.
An undisclosed number of individuals who used their credit cards to book reservations through the AMResorts website may have had their personal information compromised.
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