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September 27, 2021: Pharma Service Provider Hit in Cyber Attack

Digital prescription fulfillment provider, Ravkoo, suffered a cybersecurity incident this past September where an unauthorized third party infiltrated the company’s AWS cloud portal affecting 105,000 of its customers.
On September 27, Auburndale, Florida-based Ravkoo fell victim to a cybersecurity incident, which may have exposed prescription and health information located on the AWS portal, according to the letter to the New Hampshire Attorney General signed by Ross M. Molina of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP.

January 5, 2022: Chemical Maker Hit in Cyber Attack

Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Specialty chemical maker, Element Solutions Inc., suffered a cyber attack, company officials said Monday.
“Element Solutions recently detected a cyber intrusion on certain of the Company’s information technology systems,” the company said in a statement. “Upon detection of the incident, the company promptly took action to contain it and implement business continuity and data recovery protocols.”

December 10, 2021: Photography Giant Hit In Ransomware Attack

Manufacturing at Shutterfly, the photography industry giant, was one of the areas suffering from a Conti ransomware attack earlier in December that encrypted thousands of devices and stole data.
The company’s photography-related services are aimed at consumer, enterprise, and education customers.
The various brands that fly under the Shutterfly banner include GrooveBook, BorrowLenses, Shutterfly.com, Snapfish, and Lifetouch. The main website can end up used to upload photos to create photo books, personalized stationary, greeting cards, post cards, and more.

May 29, 2015: United Hack Connects To Attack Group

United Airlines, the world’s second-largest airline, detected an incursion into its computer systems in May or early June, said several people familiar with the probe. Three of those people said investigators working with the carrier linked the attack to a group of China-backed hackers they said are behind the theft of security-clearance records from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and medical data from health insurer Anthem Inc.

December 11, 2021: Cloud Provider Hit in Ransomware Attack

The Kronos Private Cloud (KPC), a human resources platform used by multiple organizations and industries, was hit with a ransomware attack over the weekend.
The attack forced parent company UKG to tell its customers it may take several weeks to restore service. UKG, which resulted from the merger of Kronos and Ultimate Software last year, to customers to implement an alternative business continuity protocol in the interim.

February 1, 2013: Security Firm Hacked

Bit9, a security firm that provides software reputation, application control and whitelisting services suffered a breach that left three of its customers infected with malware.
“Due to an operational oversight within Bit9, we failed to install our own product on a handful of computers within our network. As a result, a malicious third party was able to illegally gain temporary access to one of our digital code-signing certificates that they then used to illegitimately sign malware,” said Bit9 Chief Executive Patrick Morley.
This was a supply chain attack.

February 17, 2013: FL Utility Suffers DDoS

The website of Jacksonville, FL-based JEA, a not-for-profit community-owned utility company that serves one million people, suffered a distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attack.
The company notified customers the attack, which disrupted its website and its automatic phone system, started February 17, 2013.

February 19, 2013: Poughkeepsie, NY, Utility Hacked

Hackers gained entry to as many as 110,000 customer accounts at Poughkeepsie, NY-based Central Hudson Gas and Electric.
Employees detected the computer system intrusion Feb. 20, 2013. The attack occurred over a weekend, and as a result of regular control procedures, employees found the attack and reported it, the utility said.

November 7, 2021: Cyber Attack Damages CO Utility

Montrose, Colorado-based Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) should be up and running within a week and completely operational by the end of the year after the utility fell victim to a “sophisticated and malicious” cyber attack in early November.
DMEA Chief Executive, Alyssa Clemsen Roberts confirmed the attack the utility discovered November 7 to the board of directors this past Tuesday (Nov. 30).
“We are a victim of a malicious cyber security attack,” Clemsen Roberts said in a report in the Montrose Daily Press. “In the middle of an investigation, that is as far as I’m willing to go. In the process about 90 percent of our internal controls and systems were corrupted or broken or disabled. And we lost the majority of our historical data for the last 20-25 years. Since then we have been slowly rebuilding our network.”

November 14, 2021: Supernus Pharma Hit in Ransomware Attack

Rockville, Maryland-based Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, said Wednesday it was a target of a ransomware attack.
The attack, which started November 14, had no significant impact on the business and did not cause any serious disruption to the company’s operations, officials said in an advisory. The company added it continues to operate without interruption and does not currently anticipate paying any ransom amounts to any criminal ransomware group.

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