Are you a victim of the 2021 Stanford data breach?

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Data Breach Class Action

Alert: All students, faculty, University employees, and Stanford community members who received a data breach notice from Stanford University or anyone who was potentially damaged by the Stanford Medicine data breach.

April 1, 2021, an investigation is currently underway regarding the reported data breach of information belonging to members of the Stanford community. Stanford Medicine is yet another institution of higher learning affected by the highly reported Accellion data security problems. The Stanford breach resulted from an unauthorized actor (or actors) who targeted the Accellion File Transfer Appliance -- an outdated legacy service -- used by Stanford Medicine.

Breached data reportedly includes: Social Security numbers, financial information, physical addresses, email addresses, and names of family members.

The Accellion File Transfer Appliance was used by Stanford Medicine for its MedSecureSend system. This file transfer system was used to transfer payment card data and very sensitive protected health information among other information. For additional information about this data breach, please refer to this The Stanford Daily article.

If you received a data breach notice indicating that you were victimized by the Stanford Medicine data breach, and are interested in serving as a class representative in a class action lawsuit, please provide your contact information through the contact form on this website. This website is neither authorized by nor associated with Stanford University or Accellion.