American Medical Tech Reports 2019 Email Hack Impacting 47K Patients | #hacker | #pentest

By Jessica Davis June 30, 2020 – California-based American Medical Technologies (AMT), a healthcare supplier, recently began notifying 47,767 patients that their data was potentially breached after a hack of an employee email account in 2019.  On December 17, 2019, AMT officials first detected suspicious behavior occurring within one employee email account. An investigation was launched…

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#cybersecurity | #infosec | Resilience improved, but response dragged down by too many tools, too few playbooks, report says

While cybersecurity resilience has largely improved over five years, most organizations – 74 percent – say their security response plans are ad-hoc, applied inconsistently or are non-existent even as 13 percent say their ability to contain an attack has declined, a report on resiliency found. Organizations have too many security…

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Early Cases Demonstrate The Justice Department’s Commitment To Aggressively Prosecute PPP Loan Fraud | Fox Rothschild LLP | #cyberfraud | #criminal | #cybercrimnals

Shortly after the Small Business Administration began accepting applications for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, two Rhode Island businessmen quickly applied for a combined $543,881 from the program. A few days later, the Justice Department announced that both were criminally charged with conspiracy to make false statements to influence the…

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#mobilesecurity | #android | #iphone | Security Forces Ordered Govt To Close Stock Exchange, Mobile-Money Transactions

Bloomberg ZIMBABWE’S security force leaders sidelined the nation’s economic chiefs and forced the government to issue an order to close the stock exchange and halt most mobile-money transactions, people familiar with the situation said. The June 26 order came after pressure from the Joint Operations Command and was made without…

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