Monday, November 20, 2017
Home / Security / Breaches / Stamford Podiatry Group breached, 40,000 customers compromised
Stamford Podiatry Group brached

Stamford Podiatry Group breached, 40,000 customers compromised

The Stamford Podiatry Group, based out of Connecticut is informing patients that health and private details were compromised in a recent security breach (www.stamfordpodiatry.com).

On April 14, 2016,¬†Authorities found that an unauthorized person had entry to the group’s networks including its database between February 22 and April 14.

Names, health background, treatment information, name, social safety figures, times of delivery, gender, marital status, addresses, cell phone numbers, email addresses, names of treating and referring physicians, and insurance plan information had been all compromised in the breach.

The practice has finished a forensics analysis and made measures to guarantee the re-securing and cleanup of their owned boxes. They’re also undergoing the installation of more security measures to defend against future intrusions. Individuals who have been impacted are being offered a year of free credit monitoring services.

You can find the full write-up of the breach here.

About FastFlux

Owner of ZeroSecurity, interested in programming, malware analysis and penetration testing. If you would like to write for the ZeroSecurity team, please use the contact form above.

Check Also

Amazon hacked – hacker leaks 80,000 login credentials

A hacker going by the name 0x2Taylor has said to have breached the servers of …