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Microsoft Probes OneDrive Service Disruption

Microsoft has acknowledged that it is looking into an outage of its OneDrive cloud file storage service. So reports CRN.


Free VPN App Suffers Data Leak Affecting 360 Million Records  

SuperVPN, a popular free VPN app, has left users’ personal information exposed despite a “no logs” policy. So reports CPO Magazine.


Health Insurance Giant MCNA Discloses Massive Breach

MCNA Dental, one of the biggest Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program insurance providers, has revealed a data breach affecting more than 8.9 million people. So reports Health IT Security.


Toyota Reveals Two More Data Leaks After Big Disclosure  

Toyota has disclosed two additional data leaks shortly after revealing to the public that vehicle data of more than 2 million customers in Japan was publicly accessible for over a decade. So reports CarScoops.


MOVEit Bug Strikes BBC, British Airways in Ransomware Attack  

The online extortionists behind the cl0p ransomware site have claimed responsibility for data breaches at the BBC, British Airways and UK retailer Boots—part of a broader hack resulting from a recently announced flaw in the popular MOVEit file-transfer tool. So reports Reuters.


Sports Warehouse Fined $300,000 Over Data Breach  

New York’s state attorney general has slapped online sporting goods retailer Sports Warehouse with a $300,000 fine stemming from a 2021 data breach. So reports Women’s Wear Daily.


Pentagon Enhances Security After Leak Arrest  

The Pentagon’s police team has stepped up screenings, bag checks and other security protocols to keep classified information in the building. So reports NBC News.


New York’s Metropolitan Opera Faces Data Breach Lawsuit

A former employee has sued New York City’s Metropolitan Opera over a data breach allegedly impacting 45,000 employees and customers. So reports United Press International.


Tesla's Huge Data Leak Could Lead to $3.3B Fine

A whistleblower’s recent leak of an enormous cache of data from Tesla could cost the electric carmaker a record $3.3 billion in penalties under Europe’s data privacy law. So reports Quartz.


CISA Makes First Overhaul of 2020 Ransomware Guide

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has updated its #StopRansomware guide for the first time after its publication in 2020. So reports Cybersecurity Dive.


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