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IT Security Newsletter - 5/27/2021

Japanese government agencies suffer data breaches after Fujitsu hack

Offices of multiple Japanese agencies were breached via Fujitsu's "ProjectWEB" information sharing tool. Fujitsu states that attackers gained unauthorized access to projects...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/26/2021

Belgium's Interior Ministry uncovers 2-year-long compromise of its network

Belgium's Federal Public Service Interior (i.e., the country's Interior Ministry) has suffered a "complex, sophisticated and targeted cyberattack." When Microsoft...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/25/2021

Audio maker Bose discloses data breach after ransomware attack

Bose Corporation (Bose) has disclosed a data breach following a ransomware attack that hit the company's systems in early March. In a breach notification letter filed with New...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/24/2021

Air India data breach impacts 4.5 million customers

Air India disclosed a data breach after personal information belonging to roughly 4.5 million of its customers was leaked two months following the hack of Passenger Service System provider SITA...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/21/2021

'Cybersecurity incident' hampers non-urgent care at hospitals in New Zealand

Health officials in New Zealand have for multiple days been dealing with a "cybersecurity incident" that has hindered non-urgent care at multiple hospitals south of the...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/20/2021

SolarWinds CEO reveals much earlier hack timeline, regrets company blaming intern

SolarWinds saw signs of hackers invading their networks as early as January of 2019, about eight months earlier than the previously publicly disclosed timeline for...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/19/2021

Botnet traced to computer at hacked Florida water plant

On Feb. 5, an unidentified hacker broke into the computer system of a treatment plant in the Florida town of Oldsmar and temporarily changed the plant's sodium hydroxide setting to a...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/18/2021

Codecov hackers gained access to Monday source code

Monday has recently disclosed the impact of the Codecov supply-chain attack that affected multiple companies. Monday is an online workflow management platform used by project managers, sales...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/17/2021

DarkSide Ransomware Gang Quits After Servers, Bitcoin Stash Seized

The DarkSide ransomware affiliate program responsible for the six-day outage at Colonial Pipeline this week that led to fuel shortages and price spikes across the country is...

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IT Security Newsletter - 5/14/2021

Colonial Pipeline Shells Out $5M in Extortion Payout, Report

Colonial Pipeline Co., operator of the largest U.S. fuel pipeline, reportedly paid $5 million to criminals behind a ransomware attack that has sent fuel prices spiking up and down the...

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