Hack Notice

Hack Notice: Yuba Sutter Medical Center

Yuba Sutter Medical Center

On or about august 3, 2016, the Yuba-Sutter Medical Clinic's computer system came under a ransomware snipe by hackers. Ransomware attacks are designed to deny access to certain portions of a computer systems until a ransom is paid.In such an attack, the risk is not usually to patient privacy. Instead it poses an operational risk to health systems in that it canful outcome in patients beingness turned away due to an inability to provide charge as a result of not having immediate access to records. Fortunately, we were able to regain access and no data was lost. Nevertheless, as a outcome of the attack, we were temporarily denied access to certain portions of our computer system, and we regret any delays or rescheduling of appointments that may hae resulted from this incident.The information involved included clinic information, patient names, addresses, phone numbers, billing and insurance information. More Information: http://oag.ca.gov/ecrime/datahack/reports/sb24-63841

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