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Data Disaster: Los Angeles Public Health Department Suffers Biggest Data Breach

VISTA InfoSec

On June 17, 2024, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) disclosed a data breach impacting more than 200,000 clients, employees, and other individuals. It, however, did not disclose when the breach was detected. The stolen data includes personal, medical and financial information.

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Data Breaches 101: What They Are And How To Prevent Them

VISTA InfoSec

A data breach could ruin your business overnight. That’s the harsh aftermath companies face today following high-profile breaches. That’s the harsh aftermath companies face today following high-profile breaches. What Is A Data Breach? Understanding breach avenues helps strengthen protections proactively.

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What to do if your company suffers a data breach

VISTA InfoSec

Not sure where to start if you notice a data breach? Here are seven essential steps to follow Becoming aware that your company has suffered a data breach can be unsettling. Identifying and Containing the Damage Once you have been made aware of a data breach, the first step is to identify and contain the damage.

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AmEx card details exposed in third-party data breach

Finextra

American Express is writing to customers warning them that their account information may have been compromised in a data breach at a third party service provider.

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SEC tightens data breach response regulation

Bank Automation

The Securities Exchange Commission is setting stricter guidelines on how financial institutions deal with data breaches as cyberattacks climb. The federal watchdog is looking to implement […]

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Wawa’s $10.7M data breach lawsuit against Mastercard thrown out

Payments Dive

The convenience retailer accused the card network company of breach of contract and unfair practices stemming from its 2019 malware attack.

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Authy data breach investigated

The Paypers

Schubert Jonckheer & Kolbe LLP is investigating a data breach affecting 33.4 million Authy users, a multifactor authentication app by Twilio.