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Cyber Security Experts Advise Next Steps For INTEGRIS Health Data Breach Victims

Cybersecurity experts advise victims of the INTEGRIS Health data breach, which affected over 2 million people, to not pay the demanded $50 ransom. The hackers claim they will sell the data on the dark web on 5 January otherwise. Experts encourage victims to not pay, freeze their credit reports, file their taxes early, and ensure their important accounts have strong, unique passwords for enhanced security.

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