UnityPoint Health services has suffered its 2nd data breach of 2018. This breach has potentially released over 1.4 million patient records including financial information and medical history.
This particular hack focused on phishing emails sent to UnityPoint employees that looked like they originated inside the organization. Login information was compromised leading the $4 billion company to notify patients that their information may have been accessed. This information could include any or all of the following: names, dates of birth, medical record numbers, medical information, insurance information, Social Security and driver’s license numbers, as well as credit card and bank account information.
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