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Managed Care of North America Data Breach: Murphy Law Firm Investigates Legal Claims

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Murphy Law Firm Investigates Legal Claims on Behalf of the 8,923,662 whose Personal Information was Exposed in the Data Breach at Managed Care of North America

OKLAHOMA CITY - eTradeWire -- Murphy Law Firm is investigating claims on behalf of all individuals whose personal and confidential information was potentially compromised in the data breach involving Managed Care of North America, Inc. ("MCNA"). On March 6, 2023, MCNA detected unusual activity on its internal network, indicating a data breach. Based on a forensic investigation, MCNA confirmed that unauthorized cybercriminals were able to access certain systems and remove copies of files between February 26, 2023 and March 7, 2023. MCNA further determined that the files accessed and removed by unauthorized cybercriminals contained the personal information of at least 8,923,662 individuals. The personal information accessed by cybercriminals in the data breach, includes:
  • Names
  • Social Security numbers
  • Dates of birth
  • Driver's license numbers
  • Addresses
  • Telephone numbers
  • Health insurance information
  • Treatment information
As a result of the data breach, these individuals' personal and highly sensitive information may be in the hands of cybercriminals who can place the information for sale on the dark web or use the information to perpetrate identity theft.  If you received notice of the data breach or if you have determined that your personal  information was compromised in the breach, please visit www.murphylegalfirm.com/cases/ManagedCareNorthAmerica/ to learn more. Murphy Law Firm is considering legal options to recover damages on behalf of individuals who were affected by the data breach.

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