- UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) notified 65,000 patients that their PHI was stolen and placed on Dark Web to be monetized.
- Privacy Affairs magazine published results of research of what hackers are selling
stolen info on the Dark Web. Examples:
o Credit card info = $12 to $20 each
o Driver’s license = $70 to $550 each
o Auto insurance card = $70 each
o Facebook account = $74 each
o Instagram account = $55 each
o Tick Tok account = $15 each
- KIPP SoCal, charter schools in southern California, notified an unknown number of
students and their parents that their info may have been exposed after hacking incident.
- Claire’s online store (headquartered in Chicago, IL) notified an unknown number of customers that their info was exposed after hacking incident.
- The City of Keizer in Oregon is notifying an unknown number of employees and citizens that their info may have been exposed after ransomware attack.
- Researchers at Ben-Gurion University and Weizman Institute of Science published report showing how threat actors can recover your conversations by observing lightbulbs in the room, which have variations in light due to sound waves.
- Tait Towers Manufacturing, headquartered in Lititz, PA, notified an unknown number of people that their info was exposed after hacking incident.
- Episcopal Health Services Inc., headquartered in Far Rockaway, NY has been sued by patients who had their PHI exposed after a breach.
- Ezekiel Elliott, running back of the Dallas Cowboys NFL football team, is threatening a HIPAA lawsuit against the person or organization that illegally released medical records showing that he has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
- Crozer-Keystone Health System of Pennsylvania notified an unknown number of patients that their PHI may have been exposed after ransomware attack.
- Oswego Health of New York has notified an unknown number of patients that their PHI may have been exposed after email phishing attack.
- Care New England, headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, notified an unknown number of patients that their PHI was exposed after hacking incident.
- Cybereason Security published report showing that a fictitious electricity utility company, and it was hit in 3 days by hackers who inserted malware into the test network.
- Wall Street Journal newspaper reports that hackers are aiming new cyberattacks at the healthcare industry in pursuit of COVID-19 data.
- Lumin PDF Software, provider of document management solution, notified an unknown of customers that its cloud storage site was hacked.
- MaxLinear Corp. of Carlsbad, CA notified an unknown number of individuals that their info may have been exposed after ransomware attack.
- St. Francis Healthcare Partners, headquartered in Hartford, CT, notified an unknown number of patients that their PHI was exposed after breach.
- CYFIRMA Security published report warning that Lazarus, a North Korea-based hacking group, is planning to launch broader email phishing attacks designed as COVID- 19 relief efforts
o campaign was planned to launch on Saturday, June 20
o hackers claim to have 8,000 business contact details
- ESET Security is warning customers that 3.5 million security cameras have a serious vulnerability that could allow hackers to spy on them.
- The FBI is warning of a company in Italy, named CloudEyE, that is a front for malware operations
o Claims that they have made $500,000+ from selling its binary cryptor to hackers.