The same hacker group took a similar tactic in February, posting tens of thousands of stolen patient records to the dark web in an apparent extortion attempt.
A hacker group known for ransomware attacks posted sensitive employee files online following a cyberattack at a Gallup, New Mexico, health system.
According to NBC News, the group stole sensitive employee files from Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services and posted them to its website, seemingly in an attempt to extort payment.
The files reportedly included job applications and background check authorizations that included Social Security numbers.
Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek offers commentary in this article, where he details how a hacker group known for ransomware attacks posted sensitive employee files online following a cyberattack at a New Mexico health system.
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