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Amazon Spoofed in New Attack

Infosecurity Magazine, Sarah Coble
“To incite the victims to make the call to Amazon, the attackers include high-price items on the fictitious emailed invoice.” Read More

Medical school exposes personal data of thousands of students

ZD Net, Charlie Osborne
“The server, which did not have authentication controls in place and was, therefore, accessible by anyone to view, contained 157GB of data, or just under an estimated 200,000 files.” Read More

FBI: Ransomware targets companies during mergers and acquisitions

Bleeping Computer, Sergiu Gatlan
“Impending events that could affect a victim’s stock value, such as announcements, mergers, and acquisitions, encourage ransomware actors to target a network or adjust their timeline for extortion where access is established.” Read More

Manufacturers forced to improve cyber security of wireless devices under new EU rule

IT Pro, Connor Jones
“To demonstrate compliance, manufacturers will have a choice of either submitting a self-assessment, or they can rely on a third-party assessment performed by an independent inspection body.” Read More

UMass Memorial notifies 209K patients 8 months after data breach discovery

SC Magazine, Jessica Davis
“The review determined the accounts contained a range of information from patient and health plan participants that included names, medical record numbers, health insurance details, clinical data, treatments, dates of birth, diagnoses, subscriber IDs, benefits election information, and procedures, among other data.” Read More

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