Twelve months after police accused two people of compromising Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine management system, the province has begun identifying and notifying 360,000 residents whose personal data was copied.
canadian press reports The government said the delay is due to the time taken to determine the scale and impact of the breach.
The province said that for 95 percent of the 360,000 people affected, only their names and/or phone numbers were included. City-TV News The province was quoted as saying that the health card numbers of four percent of individuals had been compromised.
Two people – a 22-year-old from Gloucester, Ont. A Quebec man who worked at a vaccine liaison center at the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services has been charged with unauthorized computer access.
CBC News reported That’s what authorities became suspicious of when people who had scheduled their vaccine appointments or accessed their vaccine certificates through the provincial booking system complained of receiving spam text messages asking for personal information.