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The Week in Breach News: 09/08/21 – 09/14/21

September 15, 2021

Hackers snatched the PII of over 7 million people in the biggest breach in Israeli history, a UN credential compromise incident leads to more trouble & just when you thought COVID-19 threats were gone, they’re back.

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United Nations 

Exploit: Credential Compromise

United Nations: Global Intergovernmental Organization 

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Risk to Business: 1.623 = Severe

Hackers have broken into the computer network of the United Nations and made off with data. The unidentified cybercriminals responsible for the hit appear to have gained access using employee login credentials stolen from a UN employee. Reports say that the bad actors logged into the employee’s Umoja account, the enterprise resource planning system implemented by the UN in 2015. This intrusion took place over an extended period of time. Investigators determined that the UN’s systems were first accessed by hackers on April 5, 2021, and that network intrusions continued to take place until August 7.

Individual Impact: No information was available at press time to clarify what type of data was stolen.  

Customers Impacted: Unknown

How It Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: This is a big target that regularly handles and sensitive data. The fact that it took several months to detect an intrusion is worrying.

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Texas Right to Life

Exploit: Misconfiguration

DuPage Medical Group: Healthcare Practice 

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Risk to Business: 2.636 = Moderate

Anti-choice political action group Texas Right to Life is in hot water after it exposed the personal information of hundreds of job applicants on its website. Investigators have blamed a configuration error that allowed anyone to access all applicants’ resumes, which were stored in an unprotected directory. No additional information appears to have been exposed.  

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Individual Risk: 2.712 = Moderate

Job applicants had names, phone numbers, addresses and details of their employment history exposed, as the data included complete resumes for approximately 300 people..

Customers Impacted: 300 job applicants

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Exploit: Ransomware

Dotty’s: Fast Food Restaurant and Gambling Parlor Chain

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Risk to Business: 1.673=Severe

Dotty’s, a fast food chain that offers gambling services across 175 locations, has experienced a cyberattack that severely impacted operations. The chain, owned and operated by Nevada Restaurant Services, announced that malware was discovered on some computer systems that allowed cybercriminals to access and copy customer data including some highly sensitive material. 

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Individual Risk: 1.673=Severe

The data snatched includes customer names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, driver’s license or state ID numbers, passport numbers, financial account and/or routing numbers, health insurance information, treatment information, biometric data, medical records, taxpayer identification numbers, and credit card numbers and/or expiration dates. Impacted customers are being informed by mail.  

Customers Impacted:

How It Could Affect Your Customers’ Business Whe a company fails to keep highly sensitive data like this safe, it’s going to give customers and partners pause.

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United Kingdom – McDonald’s

Exploit: Misconfiguration

McDonald’s: Fast Food Chain 

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Risk to Business: 1.917 = Severe

The popular “Monopoly” game is back at McDonald’s in the UK, and winners received a surprise when the login names and passwords for the game’s database were made available to all winners. A Misconfiguration caused automated emails that went out to prize winners to contain the relevant usernames and passwords for both the production and staging database servers, allowing anyone to access the information. The missent information also included sensitive back-end info like hostnames for Azure SQL databases.

Individual Impact: The company contends that no customer inforation was compromised.

Customers Impacted: Unknown

How It Could Affect Your Customers’ Business Human error will always be the biggest enemy of cybersecurity. Ensure that mistakes like this don’t happen by making sure everone knows that they’re responsible for security and not just the IT team.

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Israel – City4U

Exploit: Hacking

City4U: Municipal Services Platform 

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Risk to Business: 1.721 = Severe

Cybercriminals are claiming to have committed an audacious hack that scored them the personal information of around seven million Israelis, approximately 80% of Israel’s population, by hacking into City4U. The website is used by municipalities to allow residents to conduct business like paying utility bills, taxes and fines. The hackers made the claim through a telegram posting, providing samples of the stolen data as proof that included photos of identity cards and financial data.

Customers Impacted: 700,000

How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business Human error is still the biggest cause of a data breach and this is one mistake that’s going to cost a fortune by the time GDPR penalties are calculated.

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France – France-Visas

Exploit: Hacking

France-Visas: Government Services Platform 

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Risk to Business: 1.919 = Severe

A cyber-attack has compromised the data of around 8,700 people applying for visas to visit or move to France via the official government-run France-Visas website. No details of the nationalities affected or other information about the applicants that had information exposed was released, but French officials say that they have been contacted by mail.

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Individual Risk: 1.778 = Severe

Applicant PII including names, passport and identity card numbers, nationalities and birth dates was snatched by the hackers. No financial information was exposed. Officials noted a low potential for misuse because of strict GDPR compliance procedures.

Individual Impact: No clear reporting on the data stolen was available at press time, but users can safely assume that nay data they’ve entered on the platform is compromised.

Customers Impacted: 8,700

How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business Huge data hauls like this are goldmines for cybercriminals, who can make plenty of cash by selling 2020’s number one desirable resource on the dark web: personal data.

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Singapore – MyRepublic

Exploit: Third Party Breach

MyRepublic: Mobile Carrier 

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Risk to Business: 1.802 = Severe

Mobile Carrier MyRepublic has announced that 80,000 of its mobile subscribers in Singapore have had their personal data compromised, following a security breach on a third-party data storage platform. The company disclosed that the incident was uncovered on August 29 and the relevant authorities had been informed of the breach, including industry regulator Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and the country’s Personal Data Protection Commission, which oversees Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).   

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Individual Risk: 1.802 = Severe

Cybercriminals were able to access customer records containing PII like the identity verification documents that customers had provided for mobile services registration, including scanned copies of national identity cards and residential addresses of foreign residents. 

Customers Impacted: 80,000 mobile subscribers

How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Third party risk is escalating as business operations become less centralized and more businesses rely on specialty services providers for day-to-day chores.

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South Africa – Department of Justice and Constitutional Development

Exploit: Ransomware

Department of Justice and Constitutional Development: Government Agency 

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Risk to Business: 1.802 = Severe

A ransomware attack struck the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development of South Africa. According to a department statement, many departments have been impacted, including the issuing of letters of authority, bail services, departmental email and the departmental website. Some services are available through old-fashioned pen and paper and child support payments won’t be delayed. The department announced that its team is working to restore operations. The incident is under investigation, and no word was available at press time on who was responsible for the attack.

Individual Risk: The department claims that no data has been exfiltrated by the ransomware operators

How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Ransomware doesn’t always go after data. Sometimes cybercriminals want to hold the whole business to ransom, impeding operations and notching up embarrassment.

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1.51 – 2.49 = Severe Risk

2.5 – 3 = Moderate Risk

Risk scores for The Week in Breach are calculated using a formula that considers a wide range of factors related to the assessed breach.

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Just When You Thought COVID-19 Threats Were Over… 


Guess what is back on the scene? In 2020, MSPs and other IT professionals were faced with a series of challenges that turned cybersecurity into an extreme sport due to threats presented by the complexities of an escalating global pandemic. As that situation got a little more under control, it seemed like we might be putting some of those difficulties in the rearview mirror. But the advent of the Delta variant has also led to a new wave of COVID-19 threats that are bringing fresh danger to businesses worldwide and testing their cyber resilience.

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Get the Lay of the Land First 

Researchers have been sounding the alarm about rising risk for a variety of cyberattacks leveraging COVID-19. As usual, phishing leads the pack with a 33% increase in June 2021. Both search volume around the Delta variant and scams related to it started climbing in that month and have continued to surge. An estimated 80% of companies have faced an increase in the number of phishing attacks they’re facing in 2021, bringing even more danger from a risk that has plagued every business. These high-volume COVID-19 themed phishing campaigns have been instrumental to the efforts of bad actors who have been distributing RustyBuer, Formbook, and Ave Maria malware. Cyberattacks disguised as software updates for things like contract tracing apps have also been making the rounds.

Phishing isn’t the only cyberattack risk that is on the rise, but it is a precursor for other unpleasant things. The US is the current leader in phishing-related data breaches for 2021 so far, with rates 30% higher than the global average, and 14% higher than the same period in 2020. There’s also been a noticeable increase in business email compromise threats (BEC) leveraging COVID-19 themes in this timeframe. That’s extremely dangerous. Although they don’t get as much press as the flashier attacks like ransomware, BEC attacks are the most potentially expensive threat that any organization faces. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) IC3 Internet Crime Report released just a few months ago named BEC schemes the costliest cybercrime reported to IC3 again in 2020, clocking in with 19,369 complaints that produced an adjusted loss of approximately $1.8 billion. 

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Who is Behind the Crime Wave and What Are They Using to Do It? 

Cybercriminals are using a host of pandemic and Delta variant themes in their spear phishing, smishing and spoofing efforts. This is a major hazard for businesses considering the fact that 90% of incidents that end in a data breach start with a phishing email. Scams around vaccination and proof of vaccination status are a hot trend. In one major phishing campaign, bad actors spoof or falsify messages from corporate human resource departments. In these fraudulent messages, they ask their mark to submit information about their vaccination status, often promising dire consequences if the proof is not submitted by a certain deadline. But the links in these emails typically lead to fake Microsoft sign-in pages designed to snatch employees’ log-in credentials in order to facilitate a data breach.  

Another popular Delta-fueled phishing attack variation casts a wider net. In this scam, cybercriminals pose as staffers from local or national health organizations or non-profits. They claim to be verifying proof of vaccination status on behalf of local or state governments and request that the victim “confirm” a panoply of personally identifying information (PII). Unwitting victims provide “corrections” to the data presented (usually obtained from the dark web) or even supply additional information like Social Security numbers, medical data or copies of family vaccination cards. PII is the second most sought-after data type in dark web markets after credentials.

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The economic fallout of the newly resurgent pandemic is also being used by cybercriminals to steal credentials, PII and financial data through cruel phishing scams that inform employees that they are being laid off or let go. These schemes can be extremely sophisticated and are carefully engineered to lull employees into trusting them. Phishing attacks in this vein are often used to spread malware like ransomware via fake spreadsheets with titles like “companywide salaries” or an attachment that purports to be the victim’s severance package. Malicious Office documents have been a plague on businesses in 2021. This vector represented nearly half of all malware downloads (43%) in the second quarter of this year, up from 34% in both the first quarter of this year and the fourth quarter of 2020.   

In the same vein, unemployment-related phishing scams, a go-to in the early pandemic phishing playbook for cybercriminals, have once again begun dropping into inboxes. In an August 2021 blog post, the Federal Trade Commission alerted the public to a new notice by the Department of Justice’s National Unemployment Insurance Fraud Task Force outlining a fresh round of pandemic-related unemployment scams. Using messages designed to mimic or outright spoof a state workforce agency, victims are directed to enter sensitive personal information on a sham webpage, giving bad actors their PII to use for the information for identity theft. This scheme can also be turned around on SMBs by asking for confirmation of employee information. All of this data can be sold for a quick profit on the dark web.  

The old pandemic safety protocols trick is back in play as well. In this well-worn phishing scheme, an extremely popular lure at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, cybercriminals are using the fact that many companies, schools and localities have changed their COVID-19 safety protocols as the Delta variant has spread to entice employees to download dangerous PDFs or log into information pages that enable the bad guys to steal passwords. Recent reporting in The Washington Post cautions that in some versions of the scam, enterprising cybercriminals upped the believability factor of their phishing messages by including figures about coronavirus infections and deaths in the body of each email, adding another compelling reason for the unlucky recipients to open the malware-laden attachment and more danger for companies to navigate. Altogether, phishing is on track to continue its pattern of experiencing triple-digit growth in 2021.

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How Do They Choose Targets? 

Ransomware isn’t becoming any less of a problem either, especially for healthcare targets. Ransomware attacks against healthcare targets were an absolute plague at the beginning of the pandemic and they’re back for another run. While major ransomware groups often claim to avoid hitting hospitals, they’re not quite so reticent to nail doctor’s offices, clinics, specialty practices and regional healthcare organizations. Just this week, two large healthcare organizations sent out breach notification letters to thousands of people in California and Arizona to let them know that their PII revealed that sensitive information was accessed during recent cyberattacks. In a recent survey, 36% of organizations surveyed suffered a serious data security incident in the past 12 months.

But hospitals aren’t off the table for everyone. New ransomware groups pop up all the time, and a splashy strike against a big hospital can be a quick way to make their bones. For example, recent reports highlighted a newer ransomware group going by the name Vice Society, made its debut in June and immediately set out to make a name for itself by attacking multiple hospitals and leaking patient info. As with most active ransomware groups, Vice Society uses multiple methods of attack including exploiting software vulnerabilities and phishing to snatch data that they then advertise on their dark web leak site as proof of success. 

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How Can You Protect Your Clients? 

The Delta variant has just given bad actors fresh fuel to use to power a continuing cybercrime wave that hasn’t stopped swelling. In the first wave of threats back in 2020, 41% of business owners reported that their SMB had experienced a cybersecurity mishap related to COVID-19. Complications from continued uncertainty, rapidly changing world events, the protracted global pandemic and ongoing remote and hybrid business operations have all blended together into a lethal mix when it comes to cyberattack risk for businesses in this round of threats, especially phishing. Overall, researchers studying phishing found that 80% of IT professionals that they spoke to worldwide said that their organizations have faced an increase in the number of phishing attacks they’ve dealt with in 2021. 

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They’re Back: COVID-19 Cybersecurity Threats  

Remember the tidal wave of COVID-19 themed phishing scams that swamped businesses in early 2020? That eventually petered out into a trickle as everyone adjusted to the ne normal. But just like the virus, COVID-19 phishing scams have come roaring back to global attention. As the Delta variant has become a concern for people worldwide, a new wave of pandemic-themed phishing scams is bringing cybercrime danger to your employees’ inboxes.

Always a threat to your business, phishing risk is ramping up, with a 33% increase in June 2021. Both search volume around the Delta variant and scams related to it started climbing in that month and have continued to surge, showing just how influential new opportunities for phishing around Delta have been in changing the course of cybercrime for businesses.

Employees are faced with a host of tempting lures that are being sent out as part of this new crop of fraud attempts. Phishing through attachments, especially Microsoft Office documents, has become a big problem, with 44% of the malicious attachments that businesses have seen matching that description. Ransomware is also a hazard of interacting with malicious attachments.

Credential compromise is a high priority for cybercriminals and they’re using enticing bait to draw employee interest. In one prominent scam, bad actors are spoofing emails from major company HR departments and state agencies asking employees to confirm health information or provide their proof of vaccination by visiting a fake web page that enables the bad guys to steal their credentials.

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