ALPHV Gang Posts Photos of Lehigh Valley Health Network Cancer Patients
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The Russia-linked ALPHV ransomware gang, also known as BlackCat, posted photos of Lehigh Valley Health Network cancer patients on the dark web after the health network refused to pay a ransom last month following a cyberattack.
LVHN said the stolen information includes three screenshots, clinically appropriate photographs of cancer patients receiving radiation oncology treatment at LVPG Delta Medix, and seven patient information documents.
“This unconscionable criminal act takes advantage of patients receiving cancer treatment, and LVHN condemns this despicable behavior,” the network said in a prepared statement. (Sarah Cassi / Lehigh Valley Live)
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