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Medical Eye Services – MESVision Data Breach | MOVEit

The Lyon Firm is investigating data breach claims related to the MOVEit file transfer attack that allegedly impacted up to 346,000 clients of Medical Eye Services, also known as MESVision. Contact our data breach lawyers following any notice of data theft for a free consultation.

What Happened at MESVision?

On November 14, 2023, Medical Eye Services (MESVision) filed a notice of data breach with the Attorney General of Maine after discovering that they were yet another company impacted in the massive MOVEit data breach incident in May 2023. MESVision, like many other healthcare or finance companies, used a file-transfer program called MOVEit, which was hacked by a ransomware group.

In a letter to individuals, MESVision explains that an unauthorized party was able to access consumers’ sensitive information, which includes their names and Social Security numbers. If you receive a data breach notification from Medical Eye Services, it is critical to take immediate action to mitigate the risks of fraud and identity theft. Contact our attorneys to learn more about the data breach and possible legal action.

More About Medical Eye Services

Medical Eye /MESVision is a vision care provider operating out of Santa Ana, California. The company provides vision care plans to employer groups and individual plan members nationwide through health care organizations, insurance carriers, and employer groups.

American healthcare groups have been targeted more often in data breach incidents, as the information can be quite valuable to cybercriminals. Some of these companies have not bolstered their IT security as much as they should have, and the result is millions of Americans have their data leaked to the Dark Web.

Our data privacy lawyers are filing class action lawsuits against any entity whose data security negligence results in the theft of sensitive personal data and health information. We believe any organization that collects and stores your data has a duty to protect it. Legal action may be necessary to get compensated for your losses and to hold a company accountable for their negligence.