An Edison medical billing company’s confidential data was left unsecured online, according to a CBS 2 news report, exposing information such as Social Security numbers to the entire Internet.All of the information anyone might need to steal someone’s identity was available due to the M.D. Manage gaffe, as well as doctors’ tax documents and even a patient’s psychological history, the report said.
Chief Executive Kumar Reddy said he would need to consult with the company’s attorney before M.D. Manage could comment on the report.
However, the company is offering victims 16 months of free credit monitoring and will destroy copies of the records, Reddy told CBS 2.
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