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French plastic surgery image repository left vulnerable but since corrected: report

The before and after photos of thousands of plastic surgery patients in Europe were recently left vulnerable but since rectified, researchers at vpnMentor wrote in a blog post. The researchers, led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, discovered on Jan. 24 that NextMotion did not secure or encrypt the body images and PII of people…
Data Breach

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,…
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House Republicans ask Capitol One and Amazon for briefing on data breach

Republican members of the House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Reform this week sent open letters to both Capital One and Amazon, requesting that both companies arrange a briefing with Congressional staff members regarding Capital One’s recently announced data breach. Last Monday, McLean, Va.-based Capital One Financial Corporation publicly acknowledged that an unauthorized individual…
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Cloud Security

3.2 million LA County 211 records exposed on misconfigured AWS S3 bucket

The Los Angeles County 211 service left about 3.2 million call records on an exposed AWS server that included a wide variety of personally indefinable information on callers along with the sometimes very personal reason they called looking for help. The data on the server, which was discovered by Upguard, included three million lines of call…
Amazon
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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…
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