A cyberattack against an international software company included a database breach of customer Atrium Health, which may have compromised some personal information about patients.
In recent weeks, affected patients and philanthropic donors were notified and Atrium posted a notice of the ransomware attack on its website. Atrium Health officials said in the notice some information — possibly including a person’s name, birth date and doctor’s name — was accessed when cybercriminals targeted one of its vendors, Blackbaud.
The hospital system says no medical records or information about medications or test results were compromised and no credit card or bank account information was stolen.
Blackbaud, which provides donor management software to many institutions around the world, notified Atrium on July 16 of the attack on its systems, according to Atrium’s letter to patients, one of which was obtained by the Observer on Saturday.
It’s unclear how many people in Charlotte or