Cybersafety Sentinel November 2023 Week 4 | Informatica

Weekly Insights from Cybersafety Sentinel

Stay informed with Informatica’s Cybersafety Sentinel’s November 2023 Week 4 edition. This week, we delve into significant issues such as a 1.5 TB data breach, Canadian government data breaches, and the cybersecurity skill gap. Gain expert strategies to enhance your cybersecurity measures and protect your digital assets.

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I don’t envy those who will have to clean up a 1.5 TB data breach going back to the last millennium, involving compromised personal information shared with up to 8000 suppliers*. Read More

Crown Lawyers Withdraw Charges on $600K Fraud Scheme

Crown lawyers withdrew a fraud charge against a Toronto man who had been found liable for fraud in civil court for misappropriating more than $600,000 in an email phishing scheme because they determined the prosecution wasn’t in the public interest. Read More

How are Companies Handling the Cybersecurity Skill Gap?

With more companies moving online, cyberattacks are on the rise, and drastically so. The FBI has seen a 300% increase in reported cybercrimes since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read More

Canadian Government Discloses Multi-Decade Data Breach

“The government of Canada has confirmed its data was accessed after two of its third-party service providers were attacked. Any government staffers who used relocation services over the past 24 years could be at risk. Read More

Ontario Hospital Delays Continue After Cyberattack

Amherstburg, Ont., resident Jennifer Duguay says she’s still in disbelief that she crossed the border to get a biopsy after she was denied care in Windsor due to ongoing hospital delays caused by a ransomware attack. Read More

Sophisticated Malware Scam is Duplicating Login Pages

Russian cybercriminals have taken aim at the nation’s major banks with a sophisticated new malware campaign, with Australians specifically in their sights. Read More

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