ER Physician Association Hacked

April 22, 2021

ACEP Reports Tens of Thousands of Doctors Affected

ER Physician Association Hacked

The American College of Emergency Physicians says a "malware" attack affected tens of thousands of the group's current and former members as well as members of three other emergency medical professional organizations.

The Irving, Texas-based ACEP reported to regulators in early April that it had detected the security incident on Sept. 7, 2020, after discovering unusual activity on its systems.

Marti Arvin, Executive Advisor at CynergisTek, offered commentary for this article, where she covers the American College of Emergency Physicians, which says a "malware" attack affected tens of thousands of the group's current and former members as well as members of three other emergency medical professional organizations.

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