Bucks County behavioral health and substance abuse nonprofit struck in cyberattack, urges clients to check their information

Anthony Salamone reports:

The records of an unspecified number of clients of an Upper Bucks County behavioral-health and substance abuse nonprofit, which serves the Lehigh Valley, might have been stolen as part of a ransomware attack on the agency earlier this year.

Penn Foundation in West Rockhill Township said it informed clients Tuesday of the possible data breach via a letter from Wayne A. Mugrauer, its president and CEO.

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