CTH Rentals, LLC – 140,330 individuals affected by a data breach.
CTH learned it was the subject of a cybersecurity incident occurring from August 11 to September 10, 2021. On September 10, 2021 the unauthorized individuals deployed malware causing the encryption of a number of network drives and backups. The data elements involved may have included a name, address, or Social Security Number.
Entira Family Clinics – 199,628 individuals affected by a data breach.
Entira, along with thousands of other healthcare entities, retained Netgain for online hosting of its environment, including cloud services and e-mail. Netgain was recently the target of a cybersecurity incident. Entira has determined that information, including name, address, social security number and medical history, were accessed by an unknown party that is not authorized to handle or view such information.
Marietta Area Health Care Inc., d/b/a Memorial Health System – 216,478 individuals affected by a data breach.
On August 14, 2021, Memorial Health System identified the presence of malware on certain servers in its environment. MHS determined that in connection with the malware event, an unauthorized actor accessed certain systems within its network on or about July 10 through August 15, 2021. On or about September 17, 2021, MHS determined the unauthorized actor may have accessed or acquired information from systems potentially containing patient information. The information that could have been subject to unauthorized access includes name, address, Social Security number, medical/treatment information, and health insurance information.
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