Supply chain security is in the news once again as a cyber attack on Zellis, a UK-based payroll provider, has led to the compromise of numerous organizations. Among the biggest names impacted by the attack are the BBC, British Airways and major UK drugstore chain Boots.
Amazon has settled a FTC privacy lawsuit involving repeated breaches of Ring video cameras by both employees and hackers. The order would require Amazon to pay $5.8 million in restitution and delete a great deal of the video it has collected over the past several years.
LockBit Ransomware Responsible for Data Breach of Major Medicaid Dental Provider, 8.9 Million Patient Records Exposed
One of North America's largest Medicaid and CHIP dental care providers has suffered a massive data breach of highly sensitive patient information, thought to be perpetrated by the LockBit ransomware group.
Free VPN app SuperVPN data leak exposed over 360 million records that could identify users. The app has over 100 million downloads on Google Play and Apple's App Store.
Popular mini-game module found in over 100 Android apps, pitched to developers as a legitimate marketing SDK meant to improve user engagement and attention, has been found to have spyware capability hidden in it.
Apria healthcare data breach has exposed the personal, medical, and financial information of up to 1.8 million individuals. The cyber intrusions occurred from April 5 to May 7, 2019, and from August 27 to October 10, 2021.
Fortune 500 companies continue to demonstrate extreme wariness of AI chatbots and similar AI tools in the workplace, as Apple has banned employees from using ChatGPT on work devices.
NHS trusts, which function as local health care facilities throughout England and Wales and provide over half of all National Health Service (NHS) services, have been passing sensitive patient information through Meta Pixel, according to an Observer investigative report.
Timeline for Google Privacy Sandbox Deprecation of Third-Party Cookies Shapes up as Online Advertising Braces for Another Impact
Google has made the timeline for the Privacy Sandbox deprecation of third-party cookies more clear, saying that 1% of Chrome users will be switched to the new online advertising system in the first quarter of 2024.
Bad Bots Account For 30% Of Internet Traffic and Are More Frequent in Account Takeover and API Attacks
Bad bots account for 30% of internet traffic and are increasingly used in account takeover and API attacks, while human traffic fell to an 8-year low of just over half of all internet traffic.