Wednesday, January 20


Copeman Healthcare, Medisys Health Group, National, Ransomware, Telus

2 Telus Health medical providers pay ransom after 60,000 client files were accessed – The Canadian News

Medisys Health Group and its affiliate Copeman Healthcare say they paid an unspecified ransom to recover personal information from about 60,000 customers after detecting a security breach on August 31. An email from Medisys headquarters in Montreal says privacy officials were notified on September 4, four days after the breach was discovered, and began notifying customers last week. They say the hackers obtained demographic information, such as ages and addresses, and some personal health numbers, but not financial information or social security numbers. In some cases, test results, consultation reports, and prescribing information were obtained, but recovered after paying a ransom. The Medisys and Copeman websites, which they claim to belong to Telus, say their security cons...
iPhone News, Ransomware

Ransomware Cyber ​​Attack Hits Canon, Allegedly Steals More Than 10TB of Data

Canon has allegedly been hit by a Maze ransomware cyber attack that has affected the company's email, Microsoft teams, the US website, and other internal applications. According to BleepingComputerThe attack also resulted in more than 10TB of stolen data. The source points out that The site was disrupted on July 30, 2020, and for six days, the site would show status updates until it was back in service yesterday, August 4. However, the final status update was bizarre, as it mentions that while the data was lost, "there was no image data loss."Today, the source received an image of a company-wide notification titled "Message from the IT Service Center" that was sent at approximately 6 AM this morning from Canon's IT department.This notice indicates that Canon...