Ransomware attack did not affect medical records: Family Planning NSW

A ransomware attack on Family Planning NSW's website could potentially have compromised client names but did not affect sensitive medical records, the organisation says.

Family Planning NSW CEO Ann Brassil said the attack involved databases containing information from around 8000 clients who had contacted the organisation through its website to seek an appointment or leave feedback over the last two-and-a-half years.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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