CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Christus Spohn Health System has been hit with a cybersecurity breach resulting in personal and sensitive information being stolen from their patients.
According to a letter that Christus Spohn Health System sent its affected customers -- hackers obtained files from patients between April 9, and May 4 of 2022.
The information stolen was the patients name, address, date of birth and social security number. If residents received the letter or think they may be affected -- Spohn is offering a one-year membership to Experian identity protection services. However, residents must call 855-503-2683 to sign up.
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