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Victim Count Doubles in Heart Institute Data Theft Hack

Victim Count Doubles in Heart Institute Data Theft Hack

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The number of people affected by a Tennessee cardiac care clinic hack has more than doubled to 411,000 since the healthcare group first reported the incident to regulators in July. Cybercriminal group Karakurt claimed responsibility for the attack, which has so far triggered five class action suits.

The Chattanooga Heart Institute told the Maine attorney general in a supplemental data breach report filed on Oct. 6 that the total number of affected individuals in a cyberattack on its IT network discovered in April 17 had risen to nearly 411,400 people – including 47 Maine residents.

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