Advanced Medical Management Suffered a Data Breach Impacted Nearly 320K People

  • By Steven
  • Jul 11, 2023

Advanced Medical Management Data BreachAdvanced Medical Management is a technical and healthcare management service that offers administrative and technical support to healthcare companies. The provider works with large-scale companies and their data in the process. It was alarming to learn the company suffered from a recent data breach, making its information available to individuals that shouldn't have it. The data taken from this large company could be used for identity theft attacks and more, and an investigation determined that hundreds of thousands of individuals are at risk because of the attack. 

How Did the Attack Occur?

On May 10, 2023, the team at Advanced Medical Management noticed that third-party individuals were on the network without authorization. These individuals were later identified as hackers that were stealing valuable personal information. The hackers gained access to the network through one of the third-party vendors working with Advanced Medical Management. Once inside, they were able to access sensitive data. 

The attackers were on the network between May 10 and May 13, during which time it was possible for a substantial amount of information to be stolen. After further investigation, forensic specialists determined that approximately 320,000 individuals could have been impacted by this attack. Each of those individuals could have lost one or more pieces of personal information, and many of them were enough to suffer from an identity theft attack. 

What Information Was Viewed or Stolen?

The operational company suffered the loss of a variety of personal data points for the individuals impacted. Details such as email addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, phone numbers, Driver's License numbers, and more were lost to the breach. With so many personal details involved in the Advanced Medical Management breach, individuals are at a real risk for identity theft attacks and also for phishing attempts. 

How Did Advanced Medical Management Admit to the Breach?

Advanced Medical Management sent out notification letters to everyone involved in the breach on June 29, 2023. The letters explain the information that could have been lost in the breach and the risks because of the breach. It's unclear if the company released an official statement about the attack, but some cyber news outlets are covering this data breach along with the many others that have occurred in 2023. 

What Will Become of the Stolen Information?

The data stolen in this credit breach will likely be used for identity theft attacks. The information could be used by the hackers that took it, but many will resell lists of information to other attackers that will use the information for phishing attacks, identity theft attacks, and for other purposes. 

What Should Affected Parties Do in the Aftermath of the Breach?

If you believe your information was lost in this data breach, you should take immediate action to protect yourself. Investing in credit monitoring and identity theft protection services can keep you informed of attacks on your credit and potential issues you could face. You could also have your credit frozen, and you should watch over your financial accounts while being careful to avoid sharing more information than you have to.

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