TOTS, Inc. Notifies Patients of Cyberattack

Atlanta, GA, June 04, 2022 — (PR.com) — TOTS, Inc., doing business as Kiddos’ Clubhouse, has notified certain patients that some of their protected health information may have been viewed in part of a cyber attack on its computer server. On April 13, 2022, a team of external consultants performing an on-site assessment of the Kiddos’ Clubhouse computer server discovered a potential breach of Kiddos’ Clubhouse patients’ protected health information. A full assessment has been completed and it has been determined that the Kiddos’ Clubhouse server has been subject to one or more cyberattacks. Although Kiddos’ Clubhouse has no reason to believe that the server was targeted for the purpose of accessing patient information, it treats this incident as a breach as it could not definitively determine whether the one of the PHIs has been consulted or consulted.

Upon learning of the incident, Kiddos’ Clubhouse worked with its consultants to tighten security measures, replace hardware and software, and provide comprehensive staff training.

Letters were sent to patients notifying them of the potential breach on May 26, 2022. Data that may have been exposed included birth dates, home and email addresses, patients’ internal account numbers, phone numbers , names and health plan information.

“The Kiddos’ Clubhouse is committed to protecting the privacy of our patients,” said Kiddos’ Clubhouse President Brett DeVore. “We worked quickly to resolve this incident and notify affected patients. Although we have no reason to believe that our server has been targeted for the purpose of gaining access to patient information, out of an abundance of caution, we have warned our patients and encourage them to follow the instructions contained in the letters they have received. received.”

For more information, please call Kiddos’ Clubhouse toll-free at 833-532-2545.

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