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Security News - 2021/09/26

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May security breach might have affected some Navistar employees
South Bend Tribune
NEW CARLISLE – Navistar, which operates the former Studebaker proving grounds near Bendix Woods County Park, says it had a security breach...
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Epik hack by Anonymous reveals hidden far-right data
The Washington Post
The colossal hack of Epik, an Internet-services company popular with the far right, has been called the “mother of all data lodes” for extremism...
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Paying Hackers' Ransom Demands Is Getting Harder
Data Center Knowledge
If your data center's ransomware recovery plan is to pay off the hackers with cryptocurrency, it's time to rethink your strategy as...
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UC San Diego Health sued over data breach that may have exposed records of 500,000 patients
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Finally, it claims the data breach is a violation of the health care system's responsibility to comply with the privacy and security rules...
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Epik Confirms Hack, Gigabytes of Data on Offer
Threatpost
Security researchers have also tweeted copies of the firm's data-breach notice that it sent to customers, which urges users to monitor for...
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What does the US data breach bill mean for your organization?
Fast Company
... ransomware attacks to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) within 24 hours of experiencing a breach or intrusion.
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Hackers are leaking children’s data — and there’s little parents can do
NBC News
Hackers are leaking children's data — and there's little parents can do. NBC News collected and analyzed school files from dark web pages and...
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Epik data breach impacts 15 million users, including non-customers
Ars Technica
Epik hack impacts millions of non-customers, too. Turns out, the leaked data dump contains 15,003,961 email addresses belonging to both Epik's...
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T-Mobile CEO calls massive data breach ‘humbling’
The Verge
T-Mobile CEO calls latest data breach 'humbling,' claims it's committed ... its security “awful,” and now CEO Mike Sievert is speaking out.
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