Tenet Healthcare, whose operations span over 36 states, has officially disclosed a cyber incident with the SEC. The incident occurred in April; Tenet initially released minimal details, stating, “The Company immediately suspended user access to impacted information technology applications, executed extensive cybersecurity protection protocols, and took steps to restrict further unauthorized activity.” Information from the SEC report indicates operations at various locations were disrupted due to the incident, which caused Tenet to lose a reported $100 million dollars in their second quarter. Tenet has claimed to have been reimbursed around $5 million from their cyber insurance coverage for these losses.
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