Blood testing provider LabCorp suffers major data breach from August 2018 through March 2019 exposing the personal and financial data of nearly 8 million patients
Lieff Cabraser is investigating complaints about a data breach suffered by blood test company LabCorp over the exposure of millions of patient personal financial records. One of the largest blood test providers in the United States, LabCorp has admitted that the personal and financial information of nearly 8 million people was exposed in a massive data breach. The breached data includes credit card numbers, bank account information, and Social Security numbers.
Though the breach began as far as back as August of 2018 and continued until the end of March 2019, LabCorp says it still does not have sufficiently detailed or complete information on the breach to make a full report to regulators.
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