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Bitglass Security Spotlight: DHS Emails Compromised in SolarWinds Attacks and Major Firms Disclose Breaches

By Bitglass  |  April 8, 2021 at 4:51 AM  | 
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Here are the top stories of recent weeks:

  • Russian Hackers Gained Emails from Top DHS Officials Through SolarWinds Attack  
  • Black Kingdom Ransomware Found on 1.5K Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers 
  • Shell Discloses Data Breach Due to Accellion’s File Transfer Appliance Hack 
  • Indian Mobile Payments Platform MobiKwik Loses 8TB of Data but Denies Breach
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Bitglass Security Spotlight: Hackers Targeting US Government Agencies and Launching Innovative Attacks

By Bitglass  |  March 23, 2021 at 5:03 AM  | 
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Here are the top stories of recent weeks:

  • FBI Warns Of BEC Attacks Targeting US Government Organizations
  • Highly Sophisticated Attackers Use 11 Zero-Day Vulnerabilities to Infect Patched Windows, iOS, and Android Devices 
  • Hackers Steal Credit Card Data By Hiding Data in JPG Files to Avoid Detection
  • B2B Sales Portal Exposes 1.5 Million Sensitive Records 
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Bitglass Security Spotlight: Major Provider of Network Security Discloses Breach

By Will Houcheime  |  February 11, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Here are the top stories of recent weeks:

  • Major Provider of Network Security Discloses Breach
  • Scammers impersonate FBI agents in breach
  • Data breach of passports and IDs via Azure blob storage leak 
  • San Francisco based car insurance startup discloses a security breach 
  • Children’s health insurance provider traced a data breach to its web hosting platform
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Tesla Experiences Internal Breach, Leaking Valuable Company Data

By Will Houcheime  |  February 3, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 
960x0-1During his two-week employment, a former Tesla Inc. software engineer stole more than 6,000 scripts, or files of code, that automate a broad range of company functions. The software automation engineer, Alex Khatilov, was hired as one of a few employees to have access to the files, which the company says were unrelated to his job.

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