University of Missouri Health Care found a staff member email phishing attack in May that exposed some patient information.
Laura Dyrda (Twitter) –
Monday, September 21st, 2020
1. The health system reported unapproved access to some employee e-mail accounts May 4-6. The health systems examination ended Aug. 28.
2. Patient details in the jeopardized e-mail accounts consisted of names, birth dates, medical record numbers and health insurance coverage and treatment data. Social Security varieties of some patients were in the e-mail accounts.
3. There isnt evidence that the details was misused.
4. The details of 5,074 clients was jeopardized in the hack.
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The health system reported unapproved access to some worker email accounts May 4-6. Client information in the compromised email accounts included names, birth dates, medical record numbers and health insurance coverage and procedure data. Social Security numbers of some patients were in the e-mail accounts.