Global Insurance broker Aon has disclosed to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the company suffered a cyber incident that affected a limited number of systems. The incident was discovered on Feb. 25, and there is no indication of a breach of any corporate or customer information.
Toyota Motor Corp. reportedly decided to suspend all operations starting Tuesday because of a suspected cyberattack on Kojima Industries, its manufacturing partner. The suspension means the company’s output will be down by around 10,000 cars, according to a report from media agency Nikkei Asia.
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Are data breaches getting worse? So far for 2021, the number of records that were reportedly exposed declined slightly, while the total number of reported data breaches increased both in the U.S. and globally.
GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding website that had become the go-to platform for donors supporting the Canadian "Freedom Convoy" protests, went offline on Monday following a reported cyberattack in which donor information was allegedly leaked.
The January cyberattack on the International Committee of the Red Cross, which compromised the data of more than 515,000 highly vulnerable people, was specifically targeted at the organization, using code designed for execution on the ICRC servers, according to Director General Robert Mardini.
Reports say that Ukraine's defense ministry and two banks have fallen victim to a cyberattack on Tuesday. This follows what appeared to be mild escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict over the weekend, in which top U.S. officials warned that Russia could invade the former Soviet state this week.
The SEC voted 3-1 to advance new, mandatory cybersecurity rules for registered investment advisers, companies and funds. The proposal - open for a 30-day public comment period - would require entities to adopt and implement written cybersecurity policies and a 48-hour incident reporting mandate.
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A "deliberate and malicious" cyberattack struck Vodafone Portugal, including its 4G/5G network, fixed voice, TV, SMS and voice/digital answering services. ATM networks of large banks connected to its 4G network were also disrupted. The company says its 4G network has now been partially restored.
The CISO for a Dallas-based school district quit his job over the district's handling of a severe data breach that occurred in August 2021. A TV broadcaster has revealed that two students in the district were responsible even though the district claimed the intruder was a "third party."
Meter, a blockchain infrastructure company that provides multi-chain bridging and allows users to trade multiple cryptocurrencies across Ethereum and other public chains, has been exploited for around $4.4 million, the company acknowledged via Twitter. The hack also affected the Moonriver network.
Multinational media company News Corp was the target of a cyberattack that exposed emails and employee documents - including those belonging to journalists, the company confirmed on Friday. To investigate, News Corp has hired cybersecurity firm Mandiant, which says the attack has a "China nexus."
Four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including misconceptions around Zero Trust implementation, lessons learned from the crippling NotPetya malware attack of 2017 that nearly sank logistics giant Maersk and how a Russian cyberwar in Ukraine could move beyond its borders.