While some MGM Resorts computer systems were still down, Caesars told federal regulators on Thursday that its casino and online operations were not disrupted.
Indy-based medical supplier Apria sued over massive data breach
At least six separate lawsuits have been filed this month in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis against Apria Healthcare LLC. Most of the suits are seeking class-action status on behalf of the 1.8 million people whose information was hacked by an unauthorized third party.Read More
Hacked U.S. companies to face new reporting requirements
The rules are part of a broader effort by the Biden administration and Congress to shore up the nation’s cyberdefenses after a series of high-profile digital espionage campaigns and disruptive ransomware attacksRead More
Eskenazi: ‘Bad actors’ obtained data during cyberattack
Eskenazi Health on Tuesday warned its employees, providers, patients and vendors to “closely monitor bank and credit card statements” for “suspicious activity” following a cyberattack to its data network early this month.Read More
The exposed information includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, gender, medical conditions, diagnoses, medications, allergies, health conditions and more.
Their names, addresses, case numbers and Medicaid numbers were exposed in a contractor’s late May security breach, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration announced.
The funding round included participation from Indianapolis-based investors Elevate Ventures and VisionTech Partners.
The new rules also require publicly traded companies to annually disclose information on their cybersecurity risk management and executive expertise in the field. The idea is to protect investors.
Officials likened the new U.S. Cyber Trust Mark initiative to the Energy Star program, which rates appliances’ energy efficiency.
The confidential documents stolen from schools and dumped online by ransomware gangs are raw, intimate and graphic. Unlike for hospitals, no federal law exists to require notification from schools.
According to letters that the airlines were required to file with regulators, hackers gained access to names, birth dates, Social Security and passport numbers, and driver and pilot-license numbers of applicants for pilot and cadet jobs.
Chetrice Mosley-Romero, who was appointed as Indiana’s first cybersecurity director in 2017, will continue helping the state agencies and local government entities strengthen their cybersecurity postures.
Microsoft said the attackers were focused on “disruption and publicity” and likely used rented cloud infrastructure and virtual private networks to bombard Microsoft servers from so-called botnets of zombie computers around the globe.
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The leak creates more challenges for billionaire Elon Musk, who bought Twitter last October for $44 billion and took the company private. Since then, it has been engulfed in chaos, with massive layoffs and advertisers fleeing.
A broker on an online crime forum claimed to have records on 170,000 DC Health Link customers and was offering them for sale for an unspecified amount.
The insurance holding company says all of its systems are back online following the Feb. 9 discovery of a ransomware attack that affected several of its subsidiary firms. But it hasn’t yet said how many individuals might have be affected by the attack.
The expected action is the latest effort by the White House to target China’s military and technology sectors at a time of increasingly fraught relations between the world’s two biggest economies.
While account passwords were not leaked, malicious hackers could use the email addresses to try to reset people’s passwords, or guess them if they are commonly used or reused with other accounts.
States began investigating after a 2018 Associated Press story that found that Google continued to track people’s location data even after they opted out of such tracking by disabling a feature the company called “location history.”
The blockage came on the same day that Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita sued TikTok, claiming the video-sharing platform misleads its users, particularly children, about the level of inappropriate content and security of consumer information.
Marion-based Indiana Wesleyan University said it plans to continue operating Eleven Fifty Academy as a not-for-profit organization, with new classes beginning early next year.