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Health Entity Agrees to Pay $7.9 Million to Improve Security

06
Oct
2022
Health Entity Agrees to Pay $7.9 Million to Improve Security

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A Maryland healthcare provider will spend nearly $8 million on data security to settle a class action lawsuit stemming from separate data breaches that, in all, affected at least 540,000 individuals.

Under the settlement, LifeBridge Health, which operates five hospitals and several medical facilities in the Baltimore area, also has agreed to pay up to $800,000 to reimburse class members. That includes reimbursements for out-of-pocket losses of up to $250 total for ordinary losses and lost time linked to the data breaches, and up to $5,000 for extraordinary losses.

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