By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A ransomware attack targeted businesses in Pittsburgh.READ MORE: 'COVID-Arm:' Pfizer And Moderna Vaccines Causing Less Serious But More Common Side Effects
Allegheny Health Network says someone infiltrated Blackbaud, a vendor that AHN uses to maintain its fundraising records and donor database. Blackbaud says no credit card information, bank information or social security numbers were accessed.
UPMC Children’s Hospital was also targeted in the ransomware attack.READ MORE: At Least 9 Killed, Several Injured In Shooting At FedEx Facility In Indianapolis
In a statement, UPMC said that no crucial information was gained by the cybercriminals.
“It was determined that the file accessed by the cybercriminal may have contained some of our constituents’ general demographic information like name, address, or birth date. It’s important to note that the cybercriminal did not gain access to credit card information, bank account information, or social security numbers. This incident occurred between February 7, 2020, and May 20, 2020,” the statement read.MORE NEWS: One Man Killed, One Person Hospitalized After Crash On Route 837 In Duquesne
Other businesses that use Blackbaud have also been impacted.