FORT RUCKER, Ala. – Today the Fort Rucker command was notified of a personally identifiable information (PII) breach at Lyster Army Health Clinic.
Lyster is in the process of notifying all of those affected by this breach. The Fort Rucker command team asks any Soldier, Family Member or Retiree who may have been affected to take necessary precautions to ensure their identity is protected.
“We are working closely with the Lyster team to make certain that every step is being taken to ensure those who have been identified are being given the tools to help them with this issue. We take this matter very seriously as does the Lyster Army Health Clinic and ask that clinic beneficiaries do as well,“ said Maj. Gen. Michael Lundy, Commander, United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker.
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