A cyber attack disclosed by Clorox in mid-August is now expected to negatively impact first quarter results for 2024 due to "widescale disruption" that the company is still struggling to recover from. A recent SEC filing indicates that product shortages through this period should also be expected.
Pizza Hut Australia has sent data breach notifications to 193,000 customers after a third party accessed a database containing personal and transactional information.
The California location tracking issue dates back to 2018. Over 40 states have already reached similar privacy settlements with the tech giant, with Google having now paid over $600 million in total.
The data leak reportedly stems from the activity of two AI researchers, who had disk backups of their workstations exposed. This included some 30,000 messages with assorted Microsoft team members in addition to private keys, login credentials and internal secrets.
A children's privacy complaint that dates back to 2021 has resulted in a major GDPR fine for TikTok. The issue largely centers on the "Family Pairing" feature introduced in 2020 which had no real verification process ensuring that the linked parent account actually belonged to a parent.
Hack of crypto exchange CoinEx's hot wallets has led to a loss of about $70 million in assorted asset types. The data breach was reportedly caused by compromised private keys suspected to be stolen by North Korea's Lazarus group.
A third-party data breach has exposed the personal data of UK’s Greater Manchester Police (GMP) officers and staff. Company that produces GMP’s staff ID cards was affected by a ransomware attack.
A recent campaign by Iranian hackers has been very successful in using password spray attacks to breach high-value targets, with a particular focus on defense organizations and satellites as well as pharmaceutical company research.
Airbus has confirmed a data breach that exposed confidential business information via a partner airline’s compromised account. Threat actors compromised a Turkish Airlines employee account using the Redline info-stealer malware in August 2023.
A government investigation of Elon Musk's tenure as leader of Twitter has determined that there may be violations of a 2022 FTC order that required certain privacy and security measures be implemented.