Ransomware Gangs Claim Three More Healthcare Victims
PeakTPA, a St. Louis, MO-based provider of health plan management and back-office services, has announced it suffered a cyberattack on or around December 28, 2020 in which protected health information was stolen.
The security incident was detected on December 31 and involved two cloud servers used by the company to manage program of all-inclusive care for the Elderly (PACE) claims. According to the breach report submitted to the HHS’ Office for Civil Rights, the PHI of up to 50,000 individuals was stolen or exposed.
An investigation into the attack confirmed the attackers obtained full names, home addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, PACE program IDs, and diagnosis and treatment information.
Affected individuals have been notified and offered...