October 2019

[Blog] Risks of Unstructured Data – Is Your Data Secure? Part I

John Stufflebeam,, September 23, 2019 

The data on your shared drives and mobile devices is rich with personal and business information, much of which is in the form of unstructured data. If it fell into the wrong hands, it could quickly become a security issue. So, what can you do to protect your data? Read our blog to find out.

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Dunkin’ Donuts Hit with Lawsuit for Not Disclosing 2015 Attack, September 27, 2019

Dunkin’ Donuts is being sued for violating New York state data breach notification laws. The lawsuit alleges that Dunkin’ parent company, Dunkin’ Brands, failed to disclose a breach in 2015 that affected nearly 20,000 customers who were part of the company’s DD Perks loyalty program.

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Shareholders Say FedEx Covered Up NotPetya Attack Damages, September 23, 2019

FedEx shareholders are accusing the company’s executives of failing to disclose the full extent of the NotPetya ransomware attack while also selling tens of millions of dollars worth of their own stock in the company, according to a lawsuit filed recently.

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200K Sign Petition Against Equifax Data Breach Settlement, September 23, 2019

Consumers are furious over what they view as an unfair settlement between the U.S. government and Equifax over the latter’s now-infamous 2017 data leak–so much so that more than 200,000 of them so far have signed a petition against the deal.

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MyPayroll HR CEO Arrested, Admits to $70M Fraud, September 27, 2019 

Earlier this month, employees at more than 1,000 companies saw one or two paycheck’s worth of funds deducted from their bank accounts after the CEO of their cloud payroll provider absconded with $35 million in payroll and tax deposits from customers. On Monday, the CEO was arrested and allegedly confessed that the diversion was the last desperate gasp of a financial shell game that earned him $70 million over several years.

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Hackers Steal Millions from State Troopers’ Pension Fund, September 9, 2019  

Cyber-thieves targeting a pension fund for law enforcement officers employed by the state of Oklahoma have made off with $4.2 million. The money was stolen from a fund of more than $1 billion set aside to pay pensions and benefits to around 1,500 retired highway troopers, park rangers, state agents, and other law enforcement officers.

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[News] Delta Risk Named to 2019 MSSP Alert Top 200 Managed Security Services Providers List

MSSP Alert has named Delta Risk to the Top 200 MSSPs list for 2019. The list and research identify and honor the top 200 managed security services providers (MSSPs) that specialize in comprehensive, outsourced cyber security services. Read more here.

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