Steps to Take after INTEGRIS Health Data Breach, Say Cyber Pros.

December 30, 2023
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In a recent data breach, hackers targeted INTEGRIS Health and sent emails to patients claiming to have stolen their information. The hackers demanded a $50 payment in bitcoin to prevent the data from being sold on the dark web. Cyber security experts are advising victims of the breach to take a defensive approach and not pay the ransom. They recommend freezing credit reports, using strong, unique passwords, activating multi-factor authentication, filing taxes early, scrutinizing medical bills, and subscribing to a credit-monitoring service. It is unclear if the hackers obtained patient records and treatment plans, raising concerns about insurance and healthcare fraud. INTEGRIS Health is providing updates on the breach on their website.

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