CO Medical Group's Patient Data Hacked
Today, a Denver non-profit medical group announced its database had been hacked and patient data compromised.
The group believes hackers may have accessed patient names, phone numbers, and medical conditions. It’s not believed that hackers were able to access billing information like credit cards.
Computer safety experts are warning other consumers to beware of hackers targeting medical data as it’s proving to be a valuable gateway for other consumer data. “It's incredibly valuable especially when it's medical information because it's tied to virtually everything," said John Sileo of ThinkLikeaspy.com, a identity theft protection agency.
How often do breaches of medical data occur? More than you'd think. [More...]
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