Hi folks,

Another Friday, another issue of the newsletter! The MOVEit exploit tops the news charts, I've tried to condense it down so you can catch up. Plenty of other interesting news too.

It's going to be about 30 degrees Celcius where I live today (~86 degrees in Freedom Units), so instead of recommending coffee I recommend a cold glas of water while you read. Or iced coffee of course. Enjoy!

Dieter Van der Stock

Breaches and leaks

  • has been suffering outages because of a range of DDoS attacks, claimed by Sudanese hacktivists: link. Also OneDrive, link.
  • Eisai, a Japanese pharmaceutical company, disclosed a ransomware incident: link.
  • Burton Snowboards notified customers of a data breach: link.
  • Crypto wallet service Atomic Wallet was compromised, with a reported $35 million in crypto stolen: link.
  • Honda had an unsecured API endpoint exposing customer information: link.

In the consequences category (I hope to see more of these in the future):

  • Financial services company OneMain fined $4.25 million for subpar security practices: link.
Dieter Van der Stock