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  1. UnitedHealth Group on Monday said it paid ransom to cyberthreat actors to try to protect patient data, following the February cyberattack on its subsidiary Change Healthcare. The company also confirmed that files containing personal information were compromised in the breach.
    www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/change-heal…
    UnitedHealth Group said on Monday that hackers stole health and personal data of potentially a "substantial proportion" of Americans from its systems in February, as the largest U.S. health insurer scrambles to contain the damage. The disclosure suggests patients' healthcare information remains vulnerable.
    finance.yahoo.com/news/1-unitedhealth-says-hack …
    UnitedHealth confirmed on the day of the breach that the cybercriminals behind the attack was a Russia-based ransomware gang known as ALPHV or BlackCat. The group itself claimed responsibility for the attack, alleging it stole more than six terabytes of data, including "sensitive" medical records.
    www.cbsnews.com/news/unitedhealth-cyberattack …
    UnitedHealth said it had not yet seen evidence that doctors’ charts or full medical histories were exfiltrated from its systems. The admission that hackers stole Americans’ health data comes a week after a new hacking group began publishing portions of the stolen data in an effort to extort a second ransom demand from the company.
    techcrunch.com/2024/04/22/unitedhealth-change-h…
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