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Voter data on 1.8M Chicagoans left exposed on online storage service

Chicago Board of Elections press release Personal data on more than 1.8 million Chicagoan voters was found exposed on a cloud-based storage site, available to anyone for downloading, researchers from UpGuard’s Cyber Risk Team have reported. According to an article posted Thursday on UpGuard’s Breach analysis blog, the data repository is owned and operated by Omaha,…
Data Breach

Accentuate the negative: Accenture exposes data related to its enterprise cloud platform

Yet another company has mistakenly exposed its sensitive internal information after storing data on misconfigured cloud-based servers from Amazon Web Services. The culprit in this case – the $32.9 billion consulting and professional services company Accenture – was found to be insecurely storing data that, ironically, has to do with its own cloud-based enterprise solution,…
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Sensitive DoD files found on unsecured Amazon server

A researcher discovered sensitive U.S. military files on an unsecured Amazon Web Services storage server earlier this month, once again exposing the carelessness federal agencies and their partners have at times exhibited when managing data.
Cybercrime

Senators demand answers from Uber after breach debacle

U.S. senators on both sides of the aisle have sent letters to Uber demanding answers in the wake of the transportation company's disclosure that it had concealed an October 2016 hacking incident that compromised the information of 57 million customers and drivers.
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Researchers expose Russian cyber bank robbers who stole over $10M

A Russian cybercriminal group has stolen at least $10 million from financial institutions and other organizations in the U.S., U.K., and Russia, typically by targeting card processing systems and interbank transfer systems, according to a new report and corresponding blog post from Group-IB. In some cases, the actors even used money mules to withdraw stolen…
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