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Pharmacy Giant Hit By Data Breach Affecting 3.6 Million Customers

An investigation revealed that the incident affected a total of 3,687,881 data subjects and that the following personal information was accessed: first name and surname; email addresses; and cell phone numbers.

Update: Personal Information of Nearly Two Million Texans Exposed

According to a state audit report, the personal information of nearly two million Texans was exposed for nearly three years due to a programming issue at the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI).

Ransomware Hits American Healthcare Company Omnicell

As of May 17, Omnicell has not posted official notice of the breach on its website. However, more information about the Omnicell breach is expected to be made available as the investigation continues.

UK Police Warn of $18.6 Million in Losses Due to Courier Scams

Some 3625 Brits were conned in 2021, with scammers using a variety of tactics to trick them into handing over cash, cards, or expensive items to a courier dispatched to their address.

US and EU Move Closer on Cyber in New Trade Pact

The outcomes were announced after a second ministerial meeting of the US-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC) in Paris on May 15-16. Many of the announcements were given extra urgency by the current Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Fifth of Businesses Say Cyber-Attack Nearly Broke Them

A fifth of US and European businesses have warned that a serious cyber-attack nearly rendered them insolvent, with most (87%) viewing compromise as a bigger threat than an economic downturn, according to Hiscox.

UK Sets Out Nuclear Cybersecurity Strategy

Today, the technology is an increasingly important part of the government’s plans to reach net-zero carbon emissions but remains a possible target for state-backed threat actors.

Italian Authorities Foil Attacks by Killnet and Legion Hackers on Eurovision Song Contest

During both the live performances and voting, police were forced to block attacks on network infrastructure blamed on the Russian “Killnet” group and its affiliate “Legion,” according to Reuters.

EU Agrees New Cybersecurity Legislation for Critical Services Organizations

The EU has reached a political agreement on new legislation that will impose common cybersecurity standards on critical industry organizations. The new directive will replace the existing rules on the security of networks and information systems.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Data Breach Affects 40,000 Individuals

Various reports this year have highlighted the cyber risks that US healthcare providers are facing. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic announced that it experienced a data breach exposing the personally identifiable information of nearly 40,000 individuals.

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