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Study: SMBs lack thorough understanding of state data breach notification laws
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Open AWS S3 bucket exposes sensitive Experian and census info on 123 million U.S. households

Another cloud-based data repository, this one belonging to Alteryx, has publicly exposed datasets from the data analytics firm’s partner Experian and the U.S. Census Bureau that contain sensitive personal information on 123 million U.S. households. In what has become an alarmingly regular occurrence, UpGuard disclosed its Director of Cyber Risk Research Chris Vickery had found…
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Sensitive data on former U.S. military personnel exposed on Amazon S3 repository

The resumes of about 6,000 former U.S. military personnel, many with top secret security clearance, were left exposed on an unsecured Amazon S3 server. Security contractor TigerSwan has pinned the lapse on recruiting firm TalentPen that it used to process job applicants. The Amazon S3 was used to transfer documents from TalentPen to TigerSwan. “We…
Walmart reportedly teamed up with Lockheed Martin and FBI to monitor employees.
Privacy & Compliance

Open AWS S3 bucket managed by Walmart jewelry partner exposes info on 1.3M customers

Personal information belonging to 1.3 million customers of Walmart jewelry partner MBM Company has been exposed because yet another Amazon S3 bucket was left open on the internet. The open S3 bucket, named “walmartsql,” housed an MSSQL database backup, named MBMWEB_backup_2018_01_13_003008_2864410.bak, that “contained internal MBM mailing lists, encrypted credit card details, payment details, promo codes,…
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Cloud Security

Open AWS S3 bucket exposes private info on thousands of Fedex customers

In what has become an alarmingly routine occurrence, an unsecured Amazon S3 server – this time affiliated with FedEx – has exposed personal information of tens of thousands of users. Kromtech Security Center researchers came across the exposed information, which included 119,000 scanned documents such as passports, driver’s licenses, security IDs and the like, on…
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