Singing River Health System Rattled with Cyberattack

The network put its systems into downtime to prevent any further harm.

By HFT Staff

Singing River Health System detected unusual activity within their network, which has caused certain internal systems to be taken offline. It has been confirmed it was a cyberattack. They continue to work diligently with third-party specialists and law enforcement authorities to investigate and confirm its impact on their systems.     

Downtime procedures remain in place as they continue to see patients. They are working to provide more definitive information regarding what systems will be available and when. Their IT security team is working around the clock, but due to the nature of this matter, this will take some time.  

August 31, 2023

Topic Area: Information Technology , Security

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