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Recent Data Breaches

At McShane & Brady, we wanted to make everyone aware of some the most recent data breaches.  If you or someone you know who may be affected by these breaches, please call our office at 816-888-8010 or use our contact form on our website.  We want to hold those responsible for protecting our private information responsible.


Ticketmaster suffered a data breach, causing it to lose sensitive data of over 560 million users.

A group claiming responsibility for the cyberattack says it has customers’ full names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and order history information including ticket purchase details.

In addition, hackers allegedly have customers’ partial payment data which includes names, the last four digits of their credit card numbers, and card expiration dates.


Ascension is one of the nations leading Catholic health systems.  The Ascension network consists of 35,000 providers and 140 hospitals across the country.

It was announced on May 8th they were the subject of a cyberattack.  Access to some systems have been interrupted, including the electronic health records system.

It is still unclear at this time how many people and what information.

Prudential Insurance 

Insurance giant Prudential Financial has started notifying more than 36,000 individuals that their personal information was compromised in a data breach in early February 2024.

Prudential revealed that the hackers had stolen the information of more than 36,000 individuals, to whom it is sending written notifications about the incident.

Pertaining to the impacted individuals’ Prudential products and services, the stolen personal information includes names, addresses, driver’s license numbers, and non-driver identification card numbers.

If you receive notification of this breach or any other data breach, we ask to you call our office at 816-888-8010 or email us at  

From hospitals, healthcare providers, government services, service providers to insurance companies, proper precautions and training have not been made to secure these records. Once public, your information is out there for everyone to see.  McShane & Brady is leading firm representing those who have affected by a data breach.