9th October 2020 | Target: Morgan Stanley | Reported Here
The US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has fined Morgan Stanley $60 million for failing to properly decommission two wealth management data centers in 2016.
The bank failed to properly oversee its contractors, and how they wiped data from servers and other hardware. Some customer information remained on the equipment after it was sold to recyclers, but there was no indication that any of the details were misused.
Plaintiffs in two class-action lawsuits filed against the bank this summer claimed the data left on the devices included Social Security numbers, passport information, and other account information.
9th October 2020 | Target: Angolan News Site and Journalists | Reported Here
The website of Correio Angolense, one of Angola’s most respected independent online news sources, has been inaccessible since 25 September, when it was crashed by thousands of simultaneous connection attempts, many more than is normal. Its editor, Graça Campos, told RSF that everything indicates that this was a cyber-attack.
6th October 2020 | Target: Boom! Mobile | Reported Here
A mobile network operator has fallen victim to a Magecart campaign designed to steal consumer financial data.
Malwarebytes researchers said on Monday that one of the latest organizations targeted by a Magecart group is Boom! Mobile, of which the firm’s US website has been compromised and is, at the time of writing, actively being used to harvest shopper information.
23rd September 2020 | Target: Tyler Technologies | Reported Here
Tyler Technologies – one of the largest solution providers to state and local government in the U.S. – was hit in an apparent ransomware attack, according to KrebsOnSecurity.
Cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs said the company copped to an intrusion to its system, but told him it was limited to internal company systems and had no impact on its customers.
22nd September 2020 | Reported Here
Law enforcement officials arrested 179 people and seized more than $6.5 million in a worldwide crackdown on opioid trafficking on the darknet, the U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday.
The operation, which mainly occurred in the U.S. and in Europe, comes more than a year after officials took down the “Wall Street Market,” which was believed to be one of the largest illegal online marketplaces on the darknet.
21st September 2020 | Target: Texas Goverment | Reported Here
Scammers are impersonating governmental departments within the State of Texas to send out fake Requests For Quotations (RFQs).
On September 21, Abnormal Security revealed that it had spotted an attack email that impersonated the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Scammers used spoofing techniques to camouflage the sender address as an account that was affiliated with the official dshs.texas.gov domain.
21st September 2020 | Target: Long Island hospital | Reported Here
Long Island’s only tertiary care center and Regional Trauma Center has issued a warning to patients that their personal data may have been exposed as a result of a ransomware attack.
Stony Brook University Hospital has contacted patients by letter to notify them of a possible data breach following an attack on the hospital’s third-party vendor Blackbaud in May 2020.
21st September 2020 | Target: Valparaiso Community Schools | Reported Here
A 13-year-old Benjamin Franklin Middle School student was arrested Thursday for hacking into his school district’s computer system.
On Friday, police confirmed the boy is now in the Porter County Juvenile Detention Center, and has been charged with offense against a computer user.
18th September 2020 | Target: Düsseldorf University Hospital | Reported Here
For the first time ever, a patient’s death has been linked directly to a cyberattack. Police have launched a “negligent homicide” investigation after ransomware disrupted emergency care at Düsseldorf University Hospital in Germany.