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Issue #72 - November 20, 2023

Idaho National Nuclear Lab Targeted in Major Data Breach

Source: Dark Reading

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL), one of the 17 national labs in the US Department of Energy complex, suffered a major data breach on Nov. 19, leaking a host of information, including employee addresses, Social Security numbers, bank account information, full names, employee information, and dates of birth.




Microsoft Offers Up to $20,000 for Vulnerabilities in Defender Products

Source: Security Week

Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it is willing to pay up to $20,000 for vulnerabilities reported as part of a new bug bounty program for Defender products. The new Microsoft Defender Bounty Program kicks off with Defender for Endpoint APIs, but the tech giant says other products in the Defender brand will be added in time.




Welltok data breach exposes data of 8.5 million US patients

Source: Bleeping Computer

Healthcare SaaS provider Welltok is warning that a data breach exposed the personal data of nearly 8.5 million patients in the U.S. after a file transfer program used by the company was hacked in a data theft attack.




Amid Citrix Bleed Exploits, NetScaler Warns: Kill Sessions

Source: Info Risk Today

With experts warning that unpatched NetScaler devices are being exploited by nation-state and cybercrime groups, the manufacturer has again urged all users to "patch immediately, among other security steps.




Security Firm COO Hacked Hospitals to Drum Up Business

Source: Data Breach Today

Vikas Singla was the chief operating officer of Atlanta-based cybersecurity firm Securolytics in 2018 when two local hospitals were hit with a series of cyberattacks. Singla almost immediately began emailing clients and prospects, offering his company's services and citing the attacks as an example of mounting cyberthreats in the area.



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