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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…
The DOJ to investigate Uber breach
Data Breach

Uber hid massive hack compromising data of 57M for a year

For more than a year, even as it negotiated with regulators in the U.S. over privacy infractions, Uber hid a massive hack that resulted in cyberthieves pilfering the personal information of 57 million customers and drivers and prompted the company to fire two executives, including its chief security officer, Joe Sullivan. “We know that the…
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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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GDPR: It’s (just about) here

Like many college students who cram the night before a test - and some writers who test the limits of their editors' patience with their procrastination - many companies have pushed off GDPR compliance, believing either it doesn't apply to them, it's too costly or overwhelming or they can afford to wait and see just how serious regulators are about admonishing and fining companies who falter on privacy. Big mistake.
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