This week the New York Times reported that some California members of health insurer Anthem Blue Cross received disturbing emails with exposed subject lines related to their sensitive medical information. From the article: “But the emails’ subject lines included member-specific demographic details like age range and language. They also listed possible medical screening tests —
If you have purchased items with a credit or debit card at the Home Depot from April 2014 onward, your credit and debit cards have been subject to a security breach. Home Depot is offering one year of free credit monitoring through All Clear ID Pro. Because there is already known fraud stemming from this breach, WPF encourages breach victims to sign up for the free credit monitoring. Here’s how to sign up ….
Community Health System suffers sophisticated attack from hackers Community Health Systems announced a serious data breach impacting 4.5 million patients across the US, spanning 28 states and covering information gathered over the past five years. The company announced the breach in its SEC filings, and described the breach as originating from China, and as an “Advanced
This interactive map shows in one glance the medical data breaches in the U.S. that have been reported to the U.S. government from 2009-2012. Each blue dot represents one breach. The bigger the dot, the bigger the breach. To see the detailed information about where, when, and how the breach happened, mouse over the dots, or zoom in by state.
Target is sending its data breach notices to consumers by email. Please be aware that it could be very easy for you to have missed the original Target data breach letter. Here are our tips to help make sure you get the information you need.