Voici les incidents majeurs concernant des pertes et des vols de données découverts durant ce dernier tour de veille hebdomadaire.
Bonne lecture et merci pour le café car cette veille est produite avec un vrai cerveau non artificiel 😉
State-sponsored North Korean hacker group Kimsuky (a.ka. APT43) has been impersonating journalists and academics for spear-phishing campaigns to collect intelligence from think tanks, research centers, academic institutions, and various media organizations.
Millions of patients will be notified following a suspected ransomware attack on one of America’s largest dental insurers.
Heathcare company Enzo Biochem has confirmed that a ransomware attack exposed the clinical test information of almost 2.5 million patients.
L'agence de voyages a refusé de verser la rançon réclamée par le groupe de pirates Lockbit. 8000 passeports français sont désormais…-Cybersécurité
RaidForums, the notorious hacking and data leak forum seized and shut down by the authorities back in April 2022, is – perhaps surprisingly – at the centre of another cybersecurity breach.
Security researcher Jeremiah Fowler made a concerning discovery: a non-password-protected database belonging to SimpleTire.
Toyota Motor Corporation has discovered two additional misconfigured cloud services that leaked car owners’ personal information for over seven years.
Leading snowboard maker Burton Snowboards notified customers of a data breach after some of their sensitive information was “potentially” accessed or stolen during what the company described in February as a “cyber incident.”
Some companies have moved on from using Salesforce. But without remembering to fully deactivate their clouds, Salesforce won’t move on from them.
SimpleTire snafu has now been remediated
Global industrial automation company ABB says the incident has been contained, but it hasn’t disclosed whether it paid a ransom.