Sport The APHP victim of a computer attack, data from people tested against COVID stolen
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Public Assistance-Hospitals in Paris announced this Wednesday, September 15, have been a victim of an IT attack. The hackers targeted a file related to CVIV-19 screening tests and stealied personal data.
Personal data of approximately 1.4 million people, who performed anMI-2020 screening test, were stolen "following a IT Attack ", announced this Wednesday, September 15, (AP-HP).
An attack Conduct this summer
This attack was "conducted during the summer and confirmed on 12 September" , indicated in a statement the AP-HP, which added to complaint Wednesday from the Prosecutor of Paris.
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The facts were also reported to the National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms (CNIL) and the National Information Systems Safety Agency (ANSSI).
Identity, Social Security Number, Coordinates
Pirates have not targeted the national screen of screening tests (SI-DEP) but "A secure file sharing service" , used "in a very punctual way in September 2020 " to transmit to health insurance and regional health agencies (ARS) information " useful to tracing contact ".
These data include "identity, social security number and contact information for those tested" , as well as "the identity and contact information of health professionals supporting them, the characteristics and the result of the test. Directed », but do not contain " no other medical data ".
1.4 million people concerned
in total, "The flooded files concern about 1.4 million people, almost exclusively for tests made mid-2020 in Ile-de-France" , specifies the AP-HP ensuring that stakeholders "will be informed individually in the coming days" .
The institution recognizes that "theft could be linked to a recent digital tool security cleaver" that it uses for file sharing, of which "access were immediately cut pending the end of the Investigations ». The latter "continue to determine the origin and procedure of this attack".
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