Pennsylvania-based primary care provider team Keystone Health has confirmed being hit with a data breach that may have compromised 235,237 individuals' protected health information, reports HealthITSecurity.
Data breach at Keystone Health was identified on Aug. 19, with a later investigation revealing that its system had its files accessed from July 28 to Aug. 19. Such files were found to have patients' names and clinical data, as well as their Social Security numbers.
"To help prevent something like this from happening again, we are implementing new network security measures and providing additional training to our employees," said Keystone Health in a notice sent to people who have been affected by the incident.
A separate breach has also affected Arizona-based community health center Valle del Sol. Valle del Sol was able to determine suspicious network activity on Jan. 25 and later found that 70,268 individuals had their PHI accessed or obtained by threat actors.
Ontario's perinatal, newborn, and child registry Better Outcomes Registry & Network had sensitive data from nearly 3.4 million individuals compromised in late May as a result of the widespread MOVEit hack conducted by the Cl0p ransomware operation, reports BleepingComputer.
Major U.S. consumer product leasing firm Progressive Leasing has disclosed that some of its systems have been impacted by a cyberattack that resulted in the significant compromise of personally identifiable information belonging to its customers and other individuals, according to The Record, a news site by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.