American fast food restaurant chain Five Guys has announced a data breach in a recent letter to customers from COO Sam Chamberlain. According to the letter, the security incident occurred in September 2022 and exposed sensitive customer data by an unauthorized party who accessed a file server. Stolen data would include employee personally identifiable information (PII) such as names, social security numbers and driver's license numbers.» Read More
Telecommunications company TPG Telecom has become the latest Australian company to fall victim to a cyber attack.» Read More
The Australian telco TPG Telecom has been hit by a cyber attack that has put data belonging to 15,000 customers’ at risk. Mandiant, the firm’s cyber security advisers, notified the company on 13 December that it had found evidence of unauthorised access to a hosted exchange service. TPG Telecom then notified customers the day after, on 14 December, sharing that the affected service hosts email accounts for 15,000 iiNet and Westnet customers, separate companies owned by the telco.» Read More
Are network access security solutions fundamentally flawed? asks Julia O’Toole, CEO of the password protection product company MyCena Security Solutions. It is estimated that in 2022 global cybersecurity spending reached over $300 billion. This money is being poured into corporate cybersecurity programs to improve resilience, deploy technology and train staff on the latest cyberattack techniques. Yet, it doesn’t seem to counter cybercrime. Instead, cyberattack numbers continue to grow in tandem with increased security spending.» Read More
Well-known cybercrime group Daixin Team have reportedly leaked sample data belonging to Malaysia’s largest airline.
Malaysian carrier AirAsia has supposedly become victim of a data breach that released the information of millions of people.» Read More