Girard Sharp is investigating reports of a data breach of PharMerica Corporation and its parent company, BrightSpring Health Services, Inc.
PharMerica recently disclosed a cyberattack that compromised the personal information of more than 5.8 million individuals. Affected data may include names, addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, health insurance, and medication information.
Have you received a data breach notification from PharMerica? If so, you may have a claim for relief. Protect your rights by speaking with a Girard Sharp data privacy attorney—dial (866) 981-4800 or submit your information below.
More Information on the PharMerica Data Breach
PharMerica Corporation is owned by BrightSpring Health Services, Inc. and is a pharmacy services provider that operates over 2,500 facilities nationwide. PharMerica recently disclosed the breach to regulators, stating that it learned of suspicious activity within its network on March 14, 2023. Upon discovery, PharMerica launched an internal investigation and learned that an unknown third party accessed its systems from March 12-13, 2023. PharMerica has issued a press release on its website regarding the data breach.
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