Keystone Health Data Breach exposes personal information of more than 235,000 people
A recent cyberattack may have exposed personal and medical information of more than 235,000 Keystone Health consumers. If you received a letter from Keystone Health, your personal data may have been exposed. Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation.
Keystone Health is a healthcare provider located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. According to its website, it now sees close to 60,000 patients annually.
According to the Keystone’s data breach notice, the cyberattack occurred between July 28 and August 19, 2022 and exposed:
- Social Security Number
- Clinical Information
What can you do now?
When Data Breaches occur, you must:
- Change your passwords and security questions for the breached accounts. If you use the same or similar passwords for other accounts, change them as well;
- If your Social Security number was stolen, you might consider a credit freeze and should have a credit monitoring service set up;
- Demand compensation, since compromised personal information can lead to a number of problems, including identity theft.
Peiffer Wolf has represented many consumers and patients in lawsuits against corporations and healthcare providers around the world that fail to adequately safeguard customer information. If you have received a data breach letter from Keystone Health, Contact Us by filling out an online contact form or call 314-833-4827 to learn more about your rights and Data Breach Lawsuits.
What Should I do if I received notification of the Data Breach?
If you would like to have a free, confidential consultation with an attorney to learn more about your rights and potential legal remedies in responding to this data breach, please contact Peiffer Wolf at 314-833-4825.