1. Kaiser Permanente says data breach exposed information on nearly 1,000 Sacramento-area patients
The personal information held by Kaiser on 990 Sacramento-area patients was breached in September by an unknown and unauthorized individual. The cybercriminals had access to an email account with access to data including date of birth, gender, provider name, payer name and benefits information, along with other medical-care-specific information.
Unlike credit card and other financial information, personal health histories do not change and can be used to convince individuals that a scam is actually legitimate. At DiamondIT, we have tools and systems in place to identify, analyze and proactively monitor for any compromised or stolen employee and customer data. This prevents personal information from being used against you, your customers or employees.