In a statement in April, the company said that their "first-generation cloud-based storage system has experienced a data security incident." That cloud-based storage system is what doctors rely on, inputting data to help the machines be programmed for each individual patient.
Information potentially exposed in the attack includes social security numbers, dates of birth, diagnosis, and treatment information. For some, such as Massachusetts' SouthCoast Health, this is the second vendor breach in the past year.
When compared to the same period in 2020, the US Department of Health and Human Services has reported a 153% increase in incidents causing patient information to be exposed.