Posted On January 10, 2024 Consumer Privacy & Data Breaches
January 10 – The data breach lawyers at Console & Associates, P.C are investigating the HMG Healthcare data breach that was reported after the company was targeted in a recent cyber security attack. It is believed to have impacted as many as 75,000 individuals. The HMG Healthcare data breach resulted in the below information of certain individuals being compromised:
According to a notice posted on their website, the HMG Healthcare data breach was reported after they were targeted in a recent cyber security attack. In November 2023, the company detected a potential data security incident prompting them to launch an investigation. It was confirmed that, in August 2023, an unauthorized party was able to access a server on the HMG network containing confidential employee and patient information. HMG also believes that the unauthorized party stole the unencrypted files. According to the company’s website notice, the HMG Healthcare data breach impacted patients and employees at the following facilities:
On January 8, 2024, HMG Healthcare sent out data breach letters to those individuals whose information was affected by the breach.
HMG Healthcare, LLC is an elderly care provider headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas that offers a range of options, depending on a resident’s needs, including skilled nursing services, rehabilitation services, memory care services, assisted living services, and independent living services.
Our data breach lawyers are eager to speak to victims of the HMG Healthcare data breach to determine what damages they sustained and what compensation may be available to them. Victims can file a data breach class action lawsuit if you recently received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH from HMG Healthcare. Contact the Console & Associates, P.C. law firm at (866) 778-5500 for a free consultation to discuss your legal options, or submit a confidential contact form.
Also, consider reading our Guide for Victims of a Data Breach to learn what your next steps should be. Data breach victims should remain alert for signs of identity theft and take steps to secure their accounts and personal information.