A local asthma and allergy clinic has closed its doors because of an alleged security data breach.
Patients are now concerned that their medical records may have been compromised.
Several patients have told KOCO that they are in need of asthma medication from the Oklahoma Institute of Allergy Asthma and Immunology but have been turned away because of a sign on the door that claims a security data breach at the clinic happened nearly two weeks ago.
“I went one day to get an allergy shot, and all of a sudden, like the door was locked, and there was a sign on the door,” said patient Kristen McMurray.
Read more at KOCO.
There’s nothing on the website indicating closure and so far, no ransomware group appears to have listed the medical practice on a dark web leak site.
h/t, Brett Callow