Oklahoma-based Massengale Eye Care has reported that 15,000 of its patients had their data compromised during the data breach on Eye Care Leaders in December, which has already impacted over 2 million individuals, HealthITSecurity reports.
No evidence has been found to suggest that Massengale Eye Care's data has been accessed during the attack, with Massengale Eye Care also noting that there have been no reports indicating any identity theft.
"Although this incident was completely out of Massengale Eye Cares control, we sincerely regret any inconvenience or concern that this matter may cause, and remain dedicated to ensuring the privacy and security of all information in our control," said Massengale Eye Care.
Meanwhile, telehealth vendor MDLIVE Medical Group disclosed being impacted by a data breach involving its patient portal's third-party analytics tool, which has compromised data from 7,439 individuals between June 2019 and August 2022.
"Based on the way the tool works, that information would then have been accessible to (although not necessarily viewed by) the third-party owner of the tool," said MDLIVE.
BBC reports that nearly 90 organizations have notified the UK's Information Commissioners Office regarding data breaches concerning major business outsourcing firm Capita, which was impacted by a cyberattack in March and was later found to have a long-exposed data server.
Eyecare giant Luxottica, which owns Ray-Ban and Oakley, as well as operates U.S. vision insurance firm EyeMed Vision Care, has disclosed being impacted by a third-party data breach in 2021 impacting 70 million customers following the leak of a stolen database on various hacking forums from April 30 to May 12, BleepingComputer reports.