LifeLabs, a Canadian clinical laboratory services provider, announced a data breach that exposed the information of up to 15 million Canadian citizens after an unauthorized person gained access. The information that was accessed included customer names, addresses, email addresses, logins, passwords, dates of birth and health card numbers. Of these 15 million victims, approximately 85,000 customers also had their lab results exposed. After the breach was discovered, LifeLabs began working with third-party cybersecurity experts and law enforcement to secure and recover the stolen information.
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