- Public Health Wales mistakenly published details of more than 18,000 people who tested positive for COVID-19 online, BBC News reports.
- In the U.S., Virginia-based Inova Health System is a victim of Blackbaud’s data breach, which compromised the personal information of more than 1 million patients and donors, Security Boulevard reports.
- Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, New Hampshire, said patient and donor names, addresses and other information were compromised, also a result of the Blackbaud breach, the Union Leader reports.
- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs said the personal information of approximately 46,000 veterans, including Social Security numbers, was exposed after “unauthorized users” accessed an online application for health care payments, CNN reports.
- Retail company Staples alerted affected customers that data related to their online orders may have been accessed without authorization, Bleeping Computer reports.
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