Hackers accessed subscribers’ information and ported their mobile numbers in the Mint data breach after potentially compromising a subscriber management software or a user account.
Nearly 100% of companies suffered at least one data breach in past 18 months. Most cited inadequate identity management and the lack of visibility as the major cloud security threat.
EU court case is taking on the biggest players in the digital ad industry, accusing them of being responsible for the world's largest data breach. The accusation centers on "real-time bidding" that tracks users.
Hackers listed FIFA 21 and Frostbite engine source code and developer tools for sale on an underground hacking forum following the successful Electronic Arts data breach.
Insurance giant Geico mailed notifications of a data breach to its customers, indicating that an unknown number of driver's license numbers were compromised and might be used for fraudulent unemployment claims.
A whistleblower says that Ubiquiti downplayed its data breach to protect its stocks. He claims that Ubiquiti was the source of the breach, and hackers gained administrative rights.
Hackers compromised carding site Card Mafia exposing 300,000 user account credentials. A hacker later offered the stolen data for free on a different hacking forum.
Verkada, a major provider of surveillance cameras throughout the United States, suffered a data breach that exposed the contents of over 150,000 of its live camera feeds.
Infosec firm Qualys admitted it was an Accellion FTA data breach victim but denied experiencing a ransomware attack after the Clop ransomware gang published customer order documents.