NZ: Waikato DHB working to notify those affected by dark web leak

When spotted a dump with data from the Waikato DHB ransomware incident on a new dark web leak site, we wondered whether it was the data originally provided to journalists as proof or if this was a larger dump.  It now appears to be a larger dump. Laura James reports:

Waikato DHB’s tonight confirmed that data stolen in its ransomware attack has made it to the dark web.

The new leak was identified by a cyber security expert today, six weeks after the health board had its servers hacked, forcing its five hospitals offline.

Those responsible for the attack have previously leaked some of the hospital’s data to media and the DHB confirmed what’s now been found on the dark web contains “additional material”.

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