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1,600 Electronic Arts FIFA 20 players’ reg data compromised

New Banking Regs Increase Cyber-Attack Risk

An Electronic Arts website for its EA Sports FIFA 20 Global Series operated for about 30 minutes with a glitch during which time 1,600 users had their personal information exposed. The incident began on October 3 at 1 pm when users began noticing and informing the company that they were viewing others registration details, the

Feds to boost scrutiny of airliner cybersecurity vulnerabilities

Feds to boost scrutiny of airliner cybersecurity vulnerabilities

The Department of Homeland Security, Pentagon and Department of Transportation plan to bolster an established program that investigates airliner cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The Wall Street Journal is reporting the program would run tests on actual airplanes to probe for weaknesses, much like was done several years ago when an older Boeing 757

Ransomware attack forces DCH Health Systems to turn away patients

As MENA moves to cloud, CIOs look to keep data in-country, study shows

DCH Health Systems is turning away all but the most critical patients from its three hospitals in response to its computer network being rendered unusable by a ransomware attack. One day prior several hospital’s in Australia were also forced offline by a ransomware attack. The attack hit DCH on October 1 prompting

The word is out: Zynga was breached.

The word is out: Zynga was breached.

A well-known hacker is taking credit for a data breach at the mobile game maker Zynga, claiming he gained access to 218 million user records. On Sept. 12, Zynga reported that a cybersecurity incident had taken place and account login information for certain players of Draw Something and Words With Friends

Illegal gambling apps snuck into Apple and Google stores

Illegal gambling apps snuck into Apple and Google stores

Google and Apple recently removed hundreds of apps from their respective app stores after being informed they were actually fronts for gambling operations. While it’s not unusual to find malicious apps, this operation was different in that many of the apps passed through Google and Apple’s vetting process, Trend Micro reported. This was

DoorDash data breach hits 4.9 million customers, merchants and drivers

DoorDash data breach hits 4.9 million customers, merchants and drivers

Food delivery service DoorDash confirmed a data breach affecting 4.9 million customers and merchants took place in May and included general PII and partial payment card information. The company learned in early September that a third-party vendor had been accessed on May 4, 2019 and was able to gain access to

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