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Data Breach at Cap One Exposes Information of 100M Individuals

A former software engineer for Amazon Web Services has been arrested and charged with hacking into the cloud-based servers for Capital One Financial Corp., and stealing the personal information of more than 100 million individuals. The individuals whose information was compromised applied for credit cards with Capital One between 2005 …

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More Companies Announce Patients Victimized in AMCA Data Breach

A number of new healthcare companies have come forward and announced the information of their patients was compromised in a data breach at American Medical Collection Agency. Natera, American Esoteric Laboratories, CBLPath, South Texas Dermatopathology, Seacoast Pathology, and Laboratory of Dermatopathology ADX all had patient information compromised, joining Austin Pathology …

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Costs of Dealing With Data Breaches Keep Climbing

Companies in the credit and collection industry need look no further than the ongoing saga at American Medical Collection Agency to know that a data breach can cause irreversible damage to a company, but just to drive home the fact, a recently released report reveals the average cost of a …

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Two More Healthcare Providers Caught Up in AMCA Data Breach

Two more healthcare companies have announced that the personal information of some of their patients was compromised in a data breach at American Medical Collection Agency. That brings the total number of healthcare providers that have disclosed their patients’ information was compromised in the breach to seven, and raises the …

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Fifth Org. Announces Information Compromised in Agency Breach

Yet another healthcare company has announced the information of its customers may have been compromised in a breach at American Medical Collection Agency. On Monday, Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Inc., out of Austin, Texas, issued a press release that said the personal information of about 2.2 million of its patients may …

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