According to sources, NextGen Healthcare (a Medical organization in Georgia) was hit with a cyber attack. It was first reported on 2023-05-06.

A rough year: first a ransomware attack, then a credential stuffing attack affecting more than 1 million patients.

“NextGen, a business associate to medical professionals, reported that between March 29 and April 14, an unauthorized individual accessed “a limited set of electronically stored personal information.” The type of information involved included name, date of birth, address, and social security number.“

“The total number of people affected was 1,049,375. “

“Unauthorized access to database stemming from use of stolen client credentials that appear to have been stolen from other sources or incidents unrelated to NextGen “

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