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Patients of a hacked facial surgery company in Florida are being individually threatened by cyber-criminals, who are demanding money in return for not releasing stolen personal information to the public.
The Center for Facial Restoration, Inc. (TCFFR), located in Miramar, became the victim of a cyber-attack in November last year.
In a statement published on the TCFFR website, plastic surgeon and company founder Dr. Richard Davis wrote: “On November 8, 2019, I received an anonymous communication from cyber criminals stating that my clinic’s server [was] breached.”
“The hackers claimed to have ‘the complete patient’s data’ for TCFFR that ‘can be publicly exposed or traded to third parties.'”