Hackers threaten to release ‘huge volume’ of stolen NHS Scotland data

A cybercrime group has claimed it will release a large volume of NHS Scotland data stolen during a sustained hacking attack.

INC Ransom, an extortion operation, has posted a message on its dark web blog, threatening to release three terabytes – which equates to 3,000 gigabytes – of stolen health service patient and staff data. NHS Dumfries and Galloway confirmed that clinical data relating to a small number of patients had been published as evidence that the gang has the leak. The “proof pack” of the leak allegedly includes hospital reports, email conversations, clinical reports, document scans, and other sensitive information.

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Source: STV News