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New Known Breaches in the Past Week - June 4, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Jun 4, 2021 2:51:47 PM

Newsletter - June 4,2021

Scripps begins notifying more than 147,000 people of ransomware records breach

Scripps Health announced Tuesday that it has begun notifying nearly 150,000 individuals that their personal information was stolen by hackers during the ransomware attack that hit the local health care giant on May 1. By Paul Sisson I June 1, 2021


Largest meat producer getting back online after a cyberattack

The FBI attributed the attack on meat processor JBS SA to REvil, a Russian-speaking gang that has made some of the largest ransomware demands on record. By The Associated Press I June 3, 2021


“Prometheus” and “Grief” – a multi-billion dollar ransomware market obtained two new emerging players.

Prometheus and Grief – two new emerging ransomware gangs targeting enterprises. Mexican Government data is published for sale. By Pierluigi Paganini I June 1, 2021


Blizzard Experiencing DDoS Attack, Possible High Latency and Disconnections

According to Blizzard, they are under massive DDoS attack, which may cause significant latency and disconnections for some gamers. The company also says that it's working hard to address this issue. By George Dascalu I June 2, 2021


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