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Blackbaud Security Incident

Children’s Minnesota is committed to protecting the security and privacy of our patients. Regrettably, we recently learned of an incident that occurred at one of our vendors, Blackbaud, Inc. (“Blackbaud”), that may have involved some Children’s Minnesota data.

Blackbaud Privacy Incident Notice- Foundation

Blackbaud is a vendor that provides Children’s Minnesota Foundation with cloud-based and data solution services related to our donors and fundraising. In July, Blackbaud informed us it had discovered that an unauthorized individual had gained access to Blackbaud’s systems, which impacted many of their customers as well as Children’s Minnesota Foundation.

Information regarding Children’s Minnesota privacy incident

Children’s Minnesota takes the privacy and security of its patients’ information very seriously. Regrettably, this notice is about an incident that involved some of that information.

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