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Crypto Exchange Coinsquare Warns Clients of Data Breach  

Coinsquare, among the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in Canada, has notified customers that an unauthorized third party accessed a customer database holding personal information. So reports CoinDesk.


Twitter Data Breach Hits 5.4M Users

Twitter has acknowledged that hackers exploited a previously disclosed security bug to steal the user records of more than 5.4 million people who use the social media platform. So reports The Independent.


Thales Confirms Lockbit 3.0 Hackers Leaked Company Data  

French aerospace and defense giant Thales has acknowledged that hacker group Lockbit 3.0’s recent boasts about stealing and publishing some of the company’s data on the dark web were correct. So reports CRN.


Australia Faults Russia for Health Insurance Data Dump  

Australian officials have accused Russian hackers of stealing the personal data of 9.7 million current and former customers of Australia’s biggest health insurer, Medibank, and posting the information on the dark web. So reports NBC News.


Twitter CISO Lea Kissner Exits Amid Turbulence  

Twitter’s chief information security officer, Lea Kissner, has left the company, which has gone through mass layoffs and other major departures since billionaire Elon Musk’s acquisition. So reports CNN.


CommonSpirit Unit St. Luke’s Health Suffers Data Reach of its Own  

Weeks after Chicago-based healthcare system CommonSpirit Health was hobbled by a ransomware attack, its subsidiary St. Luke’s Health has disclosed an unrelated data breach. So reports Healthcare IT News.


Experian, T-Mobile Settle with 40 States Over Data Breaches  

Experian and T-Mobile have inked a pair of multistate settlements with 40 state attorneys general over data breaches. So reports Insurance Journal.


Twilio Confirms Second Data Breach  

Twilio has acknowledged that it suffered a second data breach in June. The breach reportedly affected customer contact information and was carried out by the same “0ktapus” hacking group responsible for another Twilio breach in August. So reports TechCrunch.


U.S. Bank Data Breach Affects Closed Credit Card Accounts  

U.S. Bank has contacted some of its customers about personal information that was accidentally provided to a third-party vendor, affecting customers with closed credit card accounts. So reports NBC News.


Bed Bath & Beyond Suffers Phishing Attack

Bed Bath & Beyond has disclosed that it is reviewing data accessed by an unauthorized third party after a phishing scam. So reports Reuters.


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