Thursday, April 30, 2020

Online Retailers See Surge in Cyberattacks Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

     

The COVID-19 pandemic has relegated many of us to our homes, leaving businesses with few opportunities to reach their customers and make sales. Online shopping has become a vital lifeline for thousands of businesses while brick and mortar locations are closed and millions of people shelter in place. In fact, many retailers are experiencing online traffic that is exceeding Cyber Monday activity, typically a high watermark for online shopping.   
Unfortunately, bad actors are capitalizing on this moment by targeting e-commerce platforms for attack using tricks like account takeovers, bot-powered scraping attacks, and payment card skimming malware. For example, 80% of login incidences at home goods retailers are attributed to account takeover attempts.
While a litany of COVID-19-related cyber risks has become increasingly apparent, it’s clear that online retailers need to be especially critical of their defensive posture to ensure that they can continue meeting surging demand in an uncertain retail atmosphere in order to retain customer goodwill and capture enough revenue to stay afloat in a challenging time for retail.  

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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Breached Companies

United States – Wolfe & Associates 

Exploit: Unauthorized access  
Wolfe & Associates: Property management company 
Gauge indicating moderate risk
Risk to Small Business:  2.756 = Moderate
A company database containing housing applicants’ personal data was infiltrated by hackers more than six months ago, providing bad actors unfettered and unrestrained access to sensitive personal information. Wolfe & Associates learned of the breach when it was notified by a local police department, which raises real questions about their cybersecurity capabilities and defensive posture. In addition to contacting victims directly, Wolfe & Associates completed a holistic overhaul of its IT infrastructure. However, this costly upgrade won’t undo the damage of its negligent data defense.
gauge indicating moderate risk
Individual Risk: 2.593 = Moderate 
The stolen database contains account information for 217,000 users. This includes names, email addresses, and hashed and scrambled passwords. Those impacted by the breach should immediately update their login credentials for this website and any other service using the same information, plus closely monitor their accounts for unusual or suspicious activity.   
Customers Impacted: Unknown 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: In response to this incident, Wolfe & Associates undertook a holistic realignment of their data security capabilities. However, in today’s cybersecurity landscape, where hackers are actively looking to exploit lax data defense standards, companies must take action to secure critical information before a breach occurs.   
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United States – Canon Business Process  

Exploit: Phishing scam
Canon Business Process: Business outsourcing provider 
A gauge indicating severe risk
Risk to Small Business: 1.575 = Severe
After an employee fell for a phishing scam, hackers gained access to the personal data from the company’s business contracts, including General Electric. The breach occurred between February 3 and February 14, 2020, but Canon Business Process didn’t learn of the breach until February 28. Now, in addition to providing credit monitoring services for victims, Canon Business Process has damaged its reputation with a major client. 
A gauge indicating severe risk
Individual Risk: 1.701 = Severe
Canon Business Process provides outsourcing services for human resources and payroll responsibilities, so the compromised data includes direct deposit forms, tax forms, Social Security numbers, birth certificates, passports, benefit applications, and driver’s licenses. This information is often used to execute financial fraud, and those impacted by the breach should immediately notify their financial institutions of the breach. In addition, they should enroll in the complimentary credit monitoring services provided by Canon Business Process.     
Customers Impacted: Unknown 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Third-party data breaches are becoming increasingly common, extending businesses’ cybersecurity concerns to every partnership they pursue. With the cost and consequences of a data breach continually increasing, every company should consider a company’s defensive posture before agreeing to work together.
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United States – nCourt

Exploit: Unprotected database
nCourt: Payment processor 
A gauge indicating severe risk
Risk to Small Business: 2.341 = Severe
nCourt developers failed to secure a database containing customers’ financial data from its two websites that facilitate court payments. The breach compromised three years of customer data through November 2019. Unfortunately, this information has already been posted on hacking forums where bad actors can use it for many nefarious purposes.  
Individual Risk: At this time, no personal information was compromised in the breach.   
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Companies in every sector have seen an uptick in cybersecurity threats as COVID-19 disrupts business-as-usual and puts many people on edge. This is especially true for the healthcare industry, which is experiencing a deluge of ransomware attacks, phishing scams, and other threats at a critical time. 
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United States – Otis Bowen Center for Human Services

Exploit: Phishing scam
Otis Bowen Center for Human Services: Mental health and addiction recovery service
gauge indicating severe risk
Risk to Small Business: 2.223 = Severe
Two employees engaged with a phishing scam that provided hackers with access to company data. Although the breach occurred in January 2020, the company only recently completed a digital forensic audit that revealed the extent of the incident. Unfortunately, this slow response time has put victims at risk of data misuse, and it could have regulatory implications because of the healthcare-oriented nature of the breach. 
Gauge indicating severe risk
Individual Risk: 2.130 = Severe
The company declined to identify the specific data sets, but patient data often contains peoples’ most sensitive information. Victims were notified by email, and they should take every precaution to ensure that they mitigate the possible repercussions of the breach. This includes enrolling in the complimentary credit and identity monitoring services offered by the company.   
Customers Impacted: 35,800
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: In 2020, data privacy regulations impact companies in every sector and in many locations. As a result, data security isn’t just an altruistic endeavor. It’s a mission-critical priority, and a failure to execute on this standard can have significant financial implications for companies that experience a data breach. 
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Canada – Maropost 

Exploit: Unsecured database 
Maropost: Customer engagement platform    
gauge indicating severe risk
Risk to Small Business: 2.703 = Severe
An unsecured database exposed the metadata for millions of customers’ emails. The database was discovered in early February by a news outlet who alerted Maropost of the vulnerability. However, those warnings went unheeded, and the database remained exposed until April 1, 2020. Now, the media is calling for customers to hold the company accountable for its actions, which means that Maropost will have to repair its reputation as it overhauls its cybersecurity practices. 
Individual Risk: 2.819 = Moderate
Although personally identifiable information wasn’t compromised in the incident, customer metadata could be used to create authentic-looking phishing emails that could trick customers into disclosing even more sensitive data. Those impacted by the breach should carefully scrutinize digital communications to verify their authenticity.
Customers Impacted: 95,000,000 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Unsecured databases are an unforced error that can have devastating consequences for your customers and bottom line. With the consequences of a data breach becoming more apparent to all parties, people are less willing to work with companies that can’t secure critical data. Consequently, companies that want to thrive will ensure that they have taken every precaution possible to demonstrate their efficacy in this regard.
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Italy – Email.it         

Exploit: Ransomware 
Email.it: Email service provider 
gauge indicating extreme risk
Risk to Small Business: 2.434 = Extreme 
This product lets parents track their child’s location and alerts them if the child leaves their designated safe location – but a coding error allowed hackers to download users’ personal data and mimic their location on the service. This dangerous vulnerability not only disrupted that functionality, it also gave hackers access to minors’ location and personally identifiable information. To make matters worse, this is the second time that the watchmaker has experienced this flaw. The same problem was discovered and repaired in 2019, raising serious questions about the platform’s commitment to cybersecurity.     
gauge indicating extreme risk
Individual Risk: 1.227 = Extreme 
According to hackers, the databases contain users’ plaintext passwords, security questions, email content, and email attachments. The breach pertains to those who sign up for Email.it between 2007 and 2020. Fortunately, no financial information was compromised. Users should immediately reset their account credentials while also understanding that private details from their messages are already for sale on the Dark Web.     
Customers Impacted: 600,000 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: The Email.it breach is extensive, but it’s not the only way that hackers acquire account login credentials. With billions of records for sale on the Dark Web, they can often obtain this information relatively easily. In response, simple actions, like using strong, unique passwords across all accounts and enabling multi-factor authentication, can help keep accounts secure even after hackers acquire login credentials  
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United Kingdom – Aerial Direct     

Exploit: Unauthorized database access  
Aerial Direct: Independent telecommunications provider    
gauge indicating extreme risk
Risk to Small Business: 1.197 = Extreme
Hackers gained access to an external backup database on February 26th that included the personal information of current and former customers. The breach contains copious amounts of customer information dating back six years. Although the company was quick to secure the database, the incident could impact its customer relationships, including its relationship with the O2. At the same time, the company will likely face regulatory scrutiny under Europe’s GDPR guidelines, which could have further challenged the company’s recovery efforts.  
gauge indicating extreme risk
Individual Risk: 2.807 = Extreme
The breach compromised customers’ personally identifiable information, including their names, dates of birth, business addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and purchasing information. This information can quickly make its way across the internet, and bad actors often use it to execute new cybercrimes. Those impacted by the breach should carefully evaluate their accounts for suspicious activity while staying vigilant to assess the validity of incoming messages. 
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: The defensive posture of third party contractors and the implications of data privacy regulations are some of the top concerns for today’s companies, and this incident reflects the continual struggle to account for both. Since third party partnerships will continue to be a business necessity and data privacy regulations will only continue to proliferate, now is the right time to establish a framework for managing both of these priorities.
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Australia – My Health Record      

Exploit: Unauthorized database access  
My Health Record: Online healthcare portal
gauge indicating moderate risk
Risk to Small Business: 2.778 = Moderate
An annual report by the Australian Digital Health Agency uncovered two data breaches related to My Health Record. Strangely, the incidents are several years old, undermining the company’s cybersecurity reputation, which is critical to increasing the healthcare system’s digitization efforts. Attempts to notify victims were unsuccessful, making this a challenging recovery process for all parties.   
gauge indicating moderate risk
Individual Risk: 2.890 = Moderate
Those impacted by the breach had their names, addresses, dates of birth, and Medicare information exposed. This information could be used to craft convincing spear phishing emails that target victims’ sensitive data. Therefore, those impacted by the breach should be especially vigilant in assessing the validity of incoming messages.
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: For many companies, digitalization is a top priority. This incident is a reminder that data security and technological advancement always need to go hand-in-hand. Otherwise, the former will undermine the latter, and everyone will suffer.
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Risk Levels:
1 – 1.5 = Extreme Risk
1.51 – 2.49 = Severe Risk
2.5 – 3 = Moderate Risk
*The risk score is calculated using a formula that considers a wide range of factors related to the assessed breach.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Dark Web Trends



 third party contractors put data at risk, phishing scams continue to target unprepared employees, and cybercriminals target online retailers as the pandemic continues to keep customers out of stores.    


  • Top Source Hits: ID Theft Forums
  • Top Compromise Type: Domain
  • Top Industry: Education & Research
  • Top Employee Count: 101-250
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Monday, April 27, 2020

Phishing Scams Have Spiked by 667% in One Month

 

The global COVID-19 response has required millions of workers to work from home. When coupled with a general sense of unease and uncertainty, the situation has created a perfect environment for cybercriminals to execute phishing scams. As a result, the number of phishing emails has increased by 667% in the past month.     
According to an assessment of 468,000 phishing emails, 2% were directly related to COVID-19. Meanwhile, 54% were labeled as scams, 34% as brand impersonation attacks, and 11% as blackmail. In addition, many are luring clicks by claiming to sell cures, face masks, and other critical supplies.  
For businesses, the implications are clear. Nobody can afford a data breach in this environment. Now is the right time to update and reemphasize phishing scam awareness training to ensure that employees can repel these damaging cyberattacks.  

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Friday, April 24, 2020

Stop falling for the scams!



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Thursday, April 23, 2020

Breached companies!

United States – Social Bluebook

Exploit: Unauthorized database access  
Social Bluebook: Social media platform   
Risk to Small Business:  2.117 = Severe
Cybercriminals exfiltrated a company database containing personal information from thousands of internet influencers. Embarrassingly, the breach, which occurred in October 2019, was identified by TechCrunch reporters who were sent a copy of the stolen database. In a statement, the company claimed to be ignorant of the breach, raising serious questions about the efficacy of its cybersecurity strategy. This incident is likely to have significant blowback from well-connected influencers on social media and invite regulatory scrutiny on many fronts. 
Individual Risk: 2.122 = Severe 
The stolen database contains account information for 217,000 users. This includes names, email addresses, and hashed and scrambled passwords. Those impacted by the breach should immediately update their login credentials for this website and any other service using the same information, plus closely monitor their accounts for unusual or suspicious activity.   
Customers Impacted: 217,000 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Hackers frequently target social media influencers because of their large public following. Therefore, companies catering to this clientele need to be prepared to protect their users’ valuable personal data. If they can’t, these influencers will almost certainly tell their followers all about it, a principle that applies to a growing number of consumers in every sector. 
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United States –  Ozark Orthopaedics 

Exploit: Phishing scam
Ozark Orthopaedics: Orthopedic healthcare practice 
Risk to Small Business: 2.113 = Severe
Four employees fell for a phishing scam and gave hackers access to email accounts containing patient data. The scope of the data breach that occurred in late 2019 was just released by the healthcare provider, creating questions about the practice’s cybersecurity practices. As a result, patients were unable to quickly take steps to protect their identities and Ozark Orthopaedics has opened itself up to regulatory scrutiny that could result in substantial financial penalties. 
Individual Risk: 1.775 = Severe
Patients’ personally identifiable information was exposed in the breach, including their names, treatment information, Medicare or Medicaid identification numbers, Social Security numbers, and financial account information. In the wrong hands, this information can be used in a litany of financial or identity-related crimes. Those impacted by the breach should immediately enroll in credit and identity monitoring services to secure their personal information.     
Customers Impacted: 15,240 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: More than a trillion phishing emails are sent each year, some of which will inevitably make their way into your employees’ inboxes. Training employees to spot these scams is especially important to protect your company from a devastating data breach. 
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United States – 10x Genomics Inc.

Exploit: Ransomware
10x Genomics Inc.: Biotechnology company 
Risk to Small Business: 2.206 = Severe
A ransomware attack disrupted operations at the biotechnology company, which is currently acting as part of a consortium working to quickly develop a treatment for COVID-19. Before encrypting IT, hackers exfiltrated company data. Although the company reports “no material day-to-day impact,” it’s unclear what the implications are for the stolen data or how this could impact its development of a COVID-19 treatment.  
Individual Risk: At this time, no personal information was compromised in the breach.   
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Companies in every sector have seen an uptick in cybersecurity threats as COVID-19 disrupts business-as-usual and puts many people on edge. This is especially true for the healthcare industry, which is experiencing a deluge of ransomware attacks, phishing scams, and other threats at a critical time. 
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United States – GoDaddy      

Exploit: Phishing scam   
GoDaddy: Internet domain registrar
Risk to Small Business: 2.313 = Severe
A spear phishing attack tricked a customer service employee into providing information that ultimately allowed hackers to view and modify customer records. As a result, several GoDaddy clients, including Escrow.com, which provides escrow services for several prominent websites, were impacted. The breach will have costly implications for both GoDaddy and its customers, who will have to decide if they want to continue partnering with a company that puts their sensitive data at risk.   
Individual Risk: At this time, no personal information was compromised in the breach.  
Customers Impacted: Unknown 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business:  Today’s online ecosystem is vast and interconnected. This incident is a reminder that failures at other companies can have significant implications for your own, which increases the importance of securing accounts to buttress your IT infrastructure against potential failure at third-party contractors. With simple cybersecurity features, like two-factor authentication, company accounts remain secure even when credentials or login information is exposed. 
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Canada – The Beer Store

Exploit: Malware attack 
Data Deposit Box: Retail outlet 
Risk to Small Business: 2.187 = Severe
Cybercriminals infiltrated The Beer Store’s website and injected payment skimming malware into its online store. The online store allowed customers to place orders for pickup or delivery, two critical features as social distancing measures keep shoppers at home. This breach removed The Beer Store’s ability to accept payments via credit card, which could significantly impact its bottom line during this already challenging time. 
Individual Risk: 2.311 = Severe
Although the company quickly detected the intrusion and closed its online store, anyone who made an online purchase before the threat was identified likely had their payment credential compromised – including all sensitive identification and financial information entered during the checkout process. Those impacted should notify their financial institutions of the breach while also taking steps to secure their accounts and personal details from misuse. 
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Customers are increasingly unwilling to do business with companies that can’t protect their personal information. At the same time, privacy regulators are backing them up, collectively ensuring that companies have millions of reasons to execute on this mission critical priority. 
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United Kingdom – SOS Online Backup

Exploit: Unprotected database 
SOS Online Backup: Cloud storage provider    
Risk to Small Business: 2.472 = Severe
Cybersecurity researchers identified an exposed database containing nearly 70 GB of sensitive data. The database was discovered in November 2019, but it wasn’t examined until December 9, 2019. Although SOS Online Backup was notified of the breach the next day, it took ten days to have the vulnerability secured – and the company waited several months before informing customers of the event. The company has databases around the world, including in the United States and the United Kingdom, and will undoubtedly face intense regulatory scrutiny for the incident. 
Individual Risk: 2.630 = Moderate
The exposed database includes users’ personally identifiable information, including names, email addresses, phone numbers, internal company details, and account usernames. This information is often redeployed in spear phishing campaigns that trick unsuspecting recipients into disclosing even more sensitive data. Therefore, victims should carefully monitor their accounts and digital communications for suspicious or unusual messages. 
Customers Impacted: 135,000,000 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Data privacy regulation is the new norm, as countries around the world enact regulations to support the public’s growing desire for online privacy. Consequently, companies that endure a data breach can expect that increased regulatory scrutiny of the way that information is stored will incur substantial financial penalties as well as other negative legal consequences. 
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Australia – iStaySafe Pty        

Exploit: Unauthorized database access 
iStaySafe Pty: GPS smartwatch for children 
Risk to Small Business: 2.434 = Severe
This product lets parents track their child’s location and alerts them if the child leaves their designated safe location – but a coding error allowed hackers to download users’ personal data and mimic their location on the service. This dangerous vulnerability not only disrupted that functionality, it also gave hackers access to minors’ location and personally identifiable information. To make matters worse, this is the second time that the watchmaker has experienced this flaw. The same problem was discovered and repaired in 2019, raising serious questions about the platform’s commitment to cybersecurity.     
Individual Risk: 1.899 = Severe
The breach allowed hackers to access users’ names, email addresses, phone numbers, and profile photos. In addition, bad actors could modify minor children’s location data. This information could be used to craft spear phishing campaigns or for exploitative criminal purposes, so users should be especially vigilant to assess their use of the product.     
Customers Impacted: Unknown 
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Customers are increasingly unwilling to do business with companies that can’t protect their personal information. At the same time, privacy regulators are backing them up, collectively ensuring that companies have millions of reasons to execute on this mission critical priority.  
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Australia – Commonwealth Federal Courts   

Exploit: Accidental data exposure  
Commonwealth Federal Courts: Federal Circuit Court of Australia    
Risk to Small Business: 2.805 = Moderate
The Commonwealth Federal Courts have acknowledged a “systemic failure” that resulted in the publication of the personal details of hundreds of asylum seekers. The court system removed the discovery feature that compromised peoples’ information. Still, the court has known about the vulnerability for years, leaving many to question its commitment to privacy, especially as it relates to a uniquely vulnerable group of people. In addition to public blowback for the incident, the court system could face additional scrutiny from lawmakers. 
Individual Risk: 2.667 = Moderate
The exposed information included the names, nicknames, and birthdates of hundreds of asylum seekers. This information could put them or their families in danger, which is especially egregious given their already vulnerable position. 
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Public sentiment and new regulatory standards are working to hold organizations accountable when they fail to protect private data. Consequently, any organization that handles this kind of information needs to account for potential vulnerabilities and take every step possible to ensure that their defensive posture can meet the moment, keeping sensitive information off the Dark Web. 
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Risk Levels:
1 – 1.5 = Extreme Risk
1.51 – 2.49 = Severe Risk
2.5 – 3 = Moderate Risk
*The risk score is calculated using a formula that considers a wide range of factors related to the assessed breach.

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