AZ: Data breach could affect more than 100,000 in Pima County

Jamie Donnelly reports on yet more people affected by the MOVEit breach:

More than 100,000 Pima County residents could be affected by a nationwide data breach that affected the company that handled COVID-19 case investigations and contact tracing here, officials say.

The company, Maximus Health Services Inc., notified the county earlier this month that data stolen from a breach of Progress Software Corporation’s MOVEit Transfer application in May included information on about 110,000 Tucson area residents, a news release from the county health department said.


Related: the county’s notice and Maximus’s schedule for sending letters.

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