IT and software consultancy firm Globant has confirmed that they were breached by the Lapsus$ data extortion group, where data consisting of administrator credentials and source code was leaked by the threat actors.
Photography and personalized products platform Shutterfly is notifying employees that some of their personal information was compromised in a ransomware attack in December 2021.
The Hive ransomware group has claimed to have stolen 850,000 personally identifiable information (PII) records from the Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC). The data includes names, Social Security numbers, and addresses along with 400 GB of stolen files from the healthcare organization’s server, according to a post on Hive’s dark web site. The PHC has confirmed “anomalous activity on certain computer systems within its network.”
There is a terrifying and highly effective “method” that criminal hackers are now using to harvest sensitive customer data from Internet service providers, phone companies and social media firms. It involves compromising email accounts and websites tied to police departments and government agencies, and then sending unauthorized demands for subscriber data while claiming the information being requested can’t wait for a court order because it relates to an urgent matter of life and death.
Months after a Kronos data breach affected the payroll system at Amita Health’s flagship medical center, the union representing about 600 nurses at the facility say workers are still experiencing issues with their pay.
Earlier this week, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management said cybercriminals broke into accounts using social engineering attacks, according to reports.
The White House released its $5.8 trillion proposed budget today for the fiscal year 2023 – an 11% increase over 2022 that includes billions to bolster cybersecurity defenses for federal departments.
Okta has admitted that it made a mistake delaying the disclosure of hack from the Lapsus$ data extortion group that took place in January. Additionally, the company has provided a detailed timeline of the incident and its investigation activities.
Personal data for approximately 820,000 current and former public school students in New York City was compromised in the hack of a popular online attendance system earlier this year, amounting to the biggest breach of K-12 student data in United States history.
According to cybersecurity company Surfshark more than 70% of UK residents expressed concern for their online safety, with a third admitted to data breaches. Survey of almost 2,000 respondents comes as 800% global rise in cyberattacks reported in recent weeks.