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Under the Radar Cyberattacks

June 6, 2024

Under the Radar Cyberattacks

Data breaches only make news when large or otherwise prominent companies are victimized, which may give a casual observer the impression that they are sporadic. In fact, they happen so often that Cybercrime Magazine provides a daily alert. Here are some recent under the radar cyberattacks you may not have heard of:


OmniVision, a California company that develops advanced imaging, analog, and touch and display solutions to industrial and consumer markets, announced that it had been hacked in September 2023. According to a letter to its customers, the attack resulted in the encryption of certain optical video technician systems by an unauthorized third party. An investigation by third-party cybersecurity experts concluded that personal data was stolen as well. In 2018, OmniVision was acquired by China-based Will Semiconductor Co. Ltd.


CentroMed, a San Antonio health provider, said that hackers accessed its computer network on May 17 and stole information pertaining to 400,000 current and former patients. CentroMed operates primary care clinics, pharmacies, and other healthcare facilities in and around San Antonio, New Braunfels, and Somerset, Texas. It employs more than 500 people and generates approximately $93 million in annual revenue.


An Albany County, New York, executive confirmed a potential breach of County servers on May 24. He did not say when it happened, or if it was successful. A spokesperson said anyone seeking certificates of residency online will need to call the county Division of Finance, rather than using the county’s online service.


A&A Services, a Nebraska-based provider of Medication Benefit Management services, doing business as Sav-Rx, has issued a statement concerning a data breach in October 2023 that compromised the protected health information of more than 2.8 million people. A detailed explanation of the reporting delay explained that the results of the breach investigation were not available until Apr. 30, 2024. The hackers accessed non-clinical systems and exfiltrated files. A ransom was paid.

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