Posted on May 9th, 2009 No comments
PORTLAND, Ore. – It’s called “medical ID theft,” and it takes regular identity theft to a dangerous new level.
The breach went undiscovered for 6 months, during which Social Security numbers and health insurance information were stolen.
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UC Berkeley Health Service Data Stolen By Overseas Criminals
Social Security numbers, health insurance information and medical records of 160,000 on hacked servers
University of California Berkeley data loss incident circa 2009-05-08
The chief executive of Heartland Payment Systems said Thursday that the payment processor so far has spent $12.6 million in responding to the massive data breach that was announced in January.
$12.6 million spent so far to respond to Heartland breach