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Data Breach, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Nonprofit People Inc. info exposed after two employee email accounts breached

Nonprofit People Inc. has notified nearly 1,000 of its current and former clients that personal information was exposed after email accounts of two employees had been breached. The organizations said it discovered on February “that an unknown individual had gained access to an email account belonging to a People Inc. employee,” according to an alert. …
Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis

ENCRYPT Act reintroduced in Congress

A bipartisan Congressional group has put forth a bill to create a national standard encryption that would supersede any similar standards created on the state or local levels.
Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Cyberattacks up prior to midterms, 81.5 million voter records threatened

Threat actors are ratcheting up their cyberattacks ahead of the 2018 midterms, exposing voter databases, operating influence campaigns and eroding voter confidence, according to research by Carbon Black. Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, the security firm’s researchers found 20 different state voter databases containing more than 81.5 million voter records – including names, genders,…
Ransomware

NSA hacking tool EternalRomance found in BadRabbit

BadRabbit evidence is multiplying, like well rabbits, with the latest revelation being the malware used another stolen NSA tool to help it move laterally through networks. Several research firms have named EternalRomance as the tool BadRabbit used to spread through an organization once the ransomware was installed in a host computer. When the cyberattack first…
Data Breach, Government/Defense, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Equifax to pay up to $425 million for breach in FTC settlement

Equifax will pay between $330 million to $425 million to a restitution fund for victims in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over a 2017 breach that exposed the personal information of 148 million people. The company came under fire for its poor security practices that had it missing an Apache Struts vulnerability responsible…
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