A multi-state lawsuit has been filed in an Indiana federal court against three affiliated medical data IT firms, alleging poor cybersecurity practices that led to breaches with 3.9 million compromised records.
The attorneys-general of Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina and Wisconsin jointly launched the suit against defendants Medical Informatics Engineering, Inc. (operating as Enterprise Health, LLC), K&L Holdings, and NoMoreClipboard, LLC. The plaintiffs are seeking the ability to enforce state laws that would, in turn, allow them to seek injunctive relief, civil penalties, attorney’s fees, expenses, costs and such other relief.
No specific amount of financial compensation was discussed.
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