The Jerusalem Post reports:
Over 500 gigabytes of data, including hundreds of thousands of IDF medical records were allegedly stolen by Iran-linked hackers during a cyberattack on Ziv Medical Center in Safed, Israel, the hackers claimed on Telegram.
On their Telegram page, the attackers said, “We possess over 500 gigabytes of information, including 700,000 medical documents, among which 100,000 pertain to the IDF.” They substantiated their claim by sharing screenshots of medical documents dating back to 2022.
Read more at Jerusalem Post.
Correction: A previous version of this post contained a sentence that this was the third time Ziv Medical Center has fallen victim to a cyberattack in four months. That sentence was an error due to faulty automatic translation by Google. It should have said that this was the third time an Israeli medical center had fallen prey to a cyberattack in the past four months. DataBreaches previously reported on the attacks on Kfar Shaul Eitanim by Mallox team and Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center by Ragnar team. Thanks to the reader who informed DataBreaches of the faulty translation and provided a better one.