Casepoint is a major eDiscovery service provider with security clearances that enable it to offer its services to Federal and State government agencies. The company works with major corporations and organizations in the private and public sectors and manages a substantial amount of confidential and protected data for millions of people. A large portion of this data was just put at risk by a data breach exposing as much as 2 Terabytes of documents to a ransomware gang.
The Casepoint breach occurred because ALPHV - a ransomware gang with links to Russia - broke into the company's files and extracted more than two terabytes worth of protected, confidential and sensitive data. Casepoint didn't realize the breach occurred right away, but when the company noticed, it began adding protections to its servers and working with security experts to detail what documents were taken.
Data from the breach was discovered online by FalconFeeds.io - a cybersecurity company - on May 30, 2023. At that point, the company began reporting the issue, and news of the significant attack began showing up on news sites online.
The Casepoint data breach impacts US Federal and State government agencies, including the Department of Defense and the FBI. The breach also affects major corporations like the MayoClinic and Marriott, as well as many law firms and open legal cases. take steps to protect yourself. You haven't lost a substantial amount of data, but you should still monitor your credit for potential issues to protect yourself.
We don't have specific data concerning the total number of files taken from Casepoint. We know that an estimated 2 Terabytes of documents were taken from the company's servers, but have no way of getting information more specific than that.