The Urology heart of colorado (TUCC) On September 8, TUCC detected an onslaught that began September 7.� Their investigation revealed that patients’ epithet and one or more of the following data elements may have been engagement of birth, Social Security number, address, phone number, email address, medical record number, diagnosis, treating physician, insurance provider, treatment cost, and/or guarantor name. The incident has not yet appeared on HHS’s breach cock so we do not have any numbers yet for this one, but the notice suggests that access and any possible exfiltration was time-limited. Read their press outlet here. note that TUCC had previously posted a note on their web site about the incident on october 8, one month after detecting unusual activity. Strategic Benefits Advisors On september 19, the Georgia-headquartered benefits consulting firm learned that they were the victim of a ransomware attack. Their notice indicates that names, addresses, and social certificate numbers may experience been accessed or acquired, but they do not cite whether any health information or health insurance information was involved, so it’s not crystallise what type of clients were impacted by this breach. scan their observation here. Victory health Partners On sep 23, victory health Partners in Alabama became aware of a ransomware incident that compromised some patients’ info such as name, address, social certificate number, appointment of birth, and other protected information. The clinic describes themselves as a faith-based clinic for uninsured adults. Of note, VHP uses a paper chart system, which may hold limited the range and impact of the attack: as Victory utilizes paper patient charts, there was no personal health information such as health conditions, diagnoses, etc. that was compromised. This incident has not (yet?) shown up on any dedicated leak site by any ransomware group. If it does, it will be interesting to see what they claim. The incident has also not shown up on HHS’s public transgress tool at this point. scan VHP’s breach observation here.