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Hack Notice: Update to Sincera Reproductive Medicine (formerly known as Abington Reproductive Medicine) ransomware incident

Update to Sincera Reproductive Medicine (formerly known as Abington Reproductive Medicine) ransomware incident

Source
https://www.databreaches.net/update-to-sincera-reproductive-medicine-formerly-known-as-abington-reproductive-medicine-ransomware-incident/
Description
On November 8, 2020, in a report called “Without Undue Delay,” DataBreaches.net noted that Maze terror actors had a listing on their dedicated leak site for “Abington Reproductive Medicine.” The proof of claim that they posted, though, was not from Abington Reproductive, leaving us confused as to whether Abington Reproductive had really been a victim or not. DataBreaches.net had reached out to Abington at the time, but got no responses. By january 5, 2021, there was still no argument or reaction to inquiries from Abington (now known as Sincera Reproductive Medicine), and no data from them were dumped by maze or any other threat actors that appared to collaborate with Maze. Yesterday, Sincera issued a press waiver about the incident. It reads, in part: What Happened? On September 11, 2020, Sincera observed suspicious activity related to its internal IT systems. In response, Sincera launched an immediate response and investigation of the incident with the assistance of third-party incident response and forensic specialists. Sincera determined that an unauthorized histrion had gained access to its systems and Sincera removed that access on September 13, 2020. Additionally, Sincera was able to institute that on August 10, 2020, the unauthorized doer gained access to its systems and may have exfiltrated certain patient data from its network between August 10, 2020 and September 13, 2020. Sincera subsequently conducted a thorough and comprehensive assessment of information held on its systems that this actor may have had access to and to whom that information pertained. This included the detailed and labor intensive brushup of all potentially impacted records which Sincera consolidated and analyzed. On April 22, 2021, Sincera confirmed the specific information potentially impacted during this incident. While Sincera is unaware of any potentiality misuse of data related to this incident, they experience shared this info with patients in an abundance of caution. so what…. octad months after discovery, patients were notified? given that Maze did not dump the data on their site, it may be that Maze shared or sold the data. And this is why this site keeps reiterating that in the event of a ransomware incident with exfiltration, entities should issuance prompt public warnings or notifications to alert patients that their data has possibly been acquiried and may already be on the dark web where criminals win data to misuse. Hopefully, that is not the case with Sincera, but DataBreaches.net repeats its call for HHS to supply some guidance and help on “without undue delay” so that patients are notified not just by 60 days from discovery, but even sooner.

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