Bangkok Hospital Breach Leaves 39 Million Impacted

39 Million Impacted By Bangkok Hospital Breach

by Mark Rudio | January 11, 2022 | Data & Cybersecurity

On January 10 the Bangkok Post reported nearly 39 million health records were reportedly stolen from Bangkok Siriraj Hospital and nearby Siriraj Piyamaharajkarun Hospital. The records were being offered for sale on, “an internet database-sharing forum.” The poster, which goes by t ....

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Municipal Ransomware Attacks: Hometown Blues

by Sabine Zimmer, Nasser Fattah | January 6, 2022 | Data & Cybersecurity

In my hometown of Los Ranchos, in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, village residents include goats behind crumbling adobe walls and roosters crowing from the top of mobile homes. Riding horseback down the street is not uncommon. But, even the sleepiest of hamlets cannot escape cyber threats.   ....

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Credential Stuffing Attacks: How To Protect Yourself

by Ron Bradley | January 5, 2022 | Data & Cybersecurity

The New York Office of the Attorney General said this week that it identified and notified 17 well-known online retailers, restaurant chains, and food delivery services that have been the victims of credential stuffing attacks. What Is Credential Stuffing? Credential stuffing is a mode of cyberatt ....

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HO! HO! Oh NOOOO! The Log4j Vulnerability

by Tom Garrubba | December 16, 2021 | Data & Cybersecurity

Here we go again: another holiday season, another exploit. It appears many IT, risk, and security professionals are going to have to wait to down their favorite holiday cheer as another exploit has brought tumult to the community. A Log4j vulnerability has bubbled to the surface – a hint of ....

Tis the Season for Scamming Protect Yourself and Your Customers

‘Tis the Season for Scamming: Protect Yourself and Your Customers

by Nasser Fattah | December 13, 2021 | Cybersecurity

It should be the season of good cheer, but the rise in shopping this time of year brings with it a rise in scams. It’s harder to be cheerful when you realize that great deal you thought you were so lucky to find was actually just a ploy to get your credit card information. Continue reading for bes ....

GraphQL API Authorization Vulnerability

Let’s Talk About The GraphQL API Authorization Vulnerability

by Ron Bradley | December 10, 2021 | Data & Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity firm Salt Labs recently discovered a “GraphQL API authorization vulnerability” in a large B2B financial technology platform. This vulnerability would give attackers ways to submit unauthorized transactions against customer accounts, harvest sensitive data and initiate unauthorized ....

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