Three employee email accounts were hacked in November exposing personal healthcare information as well as financial data and PII (social security numbers).
Companies cannot be too careful with the onslaught of phishing attacks. An outside-in approach to detect domain exposures is a great way to stay ahead of hackers and protect customer and company information.
A hacker breached employee email accounts of Onco360 and CareMed Specialty Pharmacy, exposing the data of 53,173 patients, according to Onco360. Officials discovered suspicious activity on an employee’s email account in November. The oncology pharmacy company contracted an outside forensic team to investigate the incident and found a hacker got into three employee email accounts. Those emails contained patient demographic information, medical and clinical data, health insurance information, and Social Security numbers for some patients of Onco360 and CareMed Specialty Pharmacy. A small number of patients had financial details exposed.