Honolulu-based Fetal Diagnostic Institute of the Pacific hit with ransomware

Honolulu-based Fetal Diagnostic Institute of the Pacific (FDIP) announced it was hit by a ransomware attack that may have compromised patient data.

The malware gained access to information stored on FDIP servers that held patient information and may have accessed patients’ full name, date of birth, home address, account number, diagnosis, and other types of information.

Officials learned of the incident on June 30, 2018 and a cybersecurity firm was able to successfully remove the malware and restore the systems from backup files.

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