LabMD Says Tiversa Misled FTC With Data Breach Claims

Law360, San Diego (January 21, 2015, 8:29 PM EST) -- LabMD Inc. accused Tiversa Holding Corp. on Wednesday of hacking into its computers and then misleading the Federal Trade Commission into believing sensitive information on nearly 10,000 LabMD patients was found outside the laboratory’s network, part of an alleged conspiracy to “decimate” LabMD after it declined Tiversa’s services.

The FTC in August 2013 alleged LabMD failed to protect patient data, largely based on a file handed over by Tiversa, which the data security company claimed was outside LabMD’s internal network. LabMD is accusing Tiversa of creating a breach itself and then trying to sell its services to LabMD to repair it, with...

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