Resources for Human Development, Tague Family Practice and Central Vermont Eye Care Report Data Breaches

Resources for Human Development Breach Impacts 46,673 Persons

Resources for Human Development (RHD), a national human services non-profit group based in Philadelphia, PA, has recently reported the theft of a hard drive that contains the protected health information (PHI) of 46,673 people. The theft took place on or about January 27, 2022, and was identified by RHD on February 16, 2022.

The hard drive was employed for its Point-to-Point program in Exton, PA, and comprised data for example names, drivers’ license numbers, Social Security Numbers, financial account data, payment card data, dates of birth, prescription details, diagnosis data, treatment details, treatment providers, medical insurance data, medical details, Medicare/Medicaid ID numbers, employer ID numbers, e signatures, usernames and passwords of clients and personnel.

RHD mentioned forensics professionals looked at the scope of the breach and made certain the protection of its workplaces and computer servers. The employees likewise got training about guidelines for securing confidential facts.

LockBit Ransomware Group Stole Data From Tague Family Practice

The LockBit ransomware group says it obtained access to the network of Tague Family Practice based in St. Louis, MO, and stole sensitive information, some of which included patients’ personal data and PHI.

A sample of the stolen information was published on the group’s data leak website. As per, which had viewed some of the information, the data contained claims and billing-associated data. The information was published on the leak website on March 17, 2022.

At this time, Tague Family Practice hasn’t affirmed a data breach has taken place and the incident hasn’t shown up on the HHS’ Office for Civil Rights breach website.

Central Vermont Eye Care Hacking Case Impacts 30,000 Individuals

Ophthalmology practice Central Vermont Eye Care located in Rutland, VT announced lately a hacking incident. The specific nature of the hacking case is unknown at this period; nonetheless, it was confirmed that unauthorized people likely obtained access to the PHI of around 30,000 individuals. Notification letters were delivered to those persons on April 6, 2022.


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