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Flagstar Bank, Amagasaki Residents, Yodel, Yale-New Haven Hospital, BeanVPN, Weller Truck Parts, Baptist Health System, Simpson University, and Memorial University.
Flagstar Bank, one of the largest financial service providers in the United States, has notified more than 1.5 million customers of a #databreach in which Social Security numbers were stolen — its second incident in two years.
It’s unlikely that one Japanese man will join his colleagues for after-work drinks again following their last night out when officials said he lost a USB stick containing the personal data of nearly half a million people.
Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) informed an undisclosed number of individuals of a healthcare #databreach that involved a radiology file. The file was created for research and was accidentally posted on a public-facing website.
Weller Truck Parts confirmed that the company experienced a #databreach after discovering it was the victim of a malware attack. According to Weller, the names and Social Security numbers of 6,675 individuals were compromised as a result of the breach.
Baptist Health System
Baptist Health System confirmed that the company experienced a #databreach stemming from an incident in which an unauthorized party gained access to the company’s computer network after installing a line of malicious code on the System’s website.
Simpson University discovered that it experienced a #databreach in which the sensitive personally identifiable information and protected health information of individuals in its system may have been accessed.
Turke & Strauss LLP, a leading data breach law firm, is investigating Simpson University for its recent data breach. The Simpson University data breach involved sensitive personally identifiable information and protected health information belonging to over 6,000 students. ABOUT SIMPSON UNIVERSITY: Simpson University is a private, Christian university in Redding, California. Originally founded in 1921