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  • 3.3 million people affected by ransomware attack on Regal Medical Group

    More than 3.3 million people's personal and protected health information was stolen in a ransomware attack on Regal Medical Group, a California-based healthcare provider.

    The incident took place on December 1, 2022, but was not discovered until a week later. In addition to Regal Medical Group, Lakeside Medical Organization and Greater Covina Medical Group are affected.

    On February 1, Regal Medical Group began sending out notification letters to affected individuals. In the letters, the company informed people that their personal data had been compromised as a result of a cybersecurity incident.

    Data affected includes full names, residential addresses, dates of birth, phone numbers, social security numbers, diagnosis and treatment information, health plan membership numbers, lab test results, prescription information, and radiology reports. The list is very extensive.

    “December 2, 2022, we noticed difficulties accessing some of our servers. After a thorough check, malware was found on some servers, which, as we later learned, led to the hackers accessing certain data and uploading it from our internal systems,” the Regal Medical Group said in a letter of notification.

    On February 1, the company informed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about the incident, and also said that the data of more than 3.3 million people had been compromised.

    The healthcare provider did not disclose the type of ransomware used in the cyberattack or whether a ransom was paid to the cybercriminals. The notification letter mentions that the company has been working with specialists to restore access to the affected systems. This suggests that instead of paying the ransom, the company decided to simply restore the backups.

    According to a recent report from Emsisoft, more than 200 government, educational, and healthcare organizations in the US were victims of ransomware attacks last year. As you can see, attackers have little concern for the ethical side of the issue when it comes to their earnings. However, ransomware revenues continue to fall. It is possible that this trend will continue in 2023.

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