IL: Some residents’ personal information possibly compromised in Quincy ransomware incident

Some residents of Quincy may have had their personal information compromised when the city was hit by a cybersecurity attack earlier this year.

The city said the information exposed could include names, addresses, dates of birth, driver’s licenses, Social Security numbers or state issued identification numbers, military identification numbers, and health insurance information.

Read more at KHQA.

Updated Sept. 22:  This incident was reported to the Maine Attorney General’s Office as impacting  36,080 people.

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