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The Week in Breach News: 09/22/21 – 09/28/21

September 29, 2021

It’s Double Trouble Week! Ransomware gangs double-dip in agriculture, optometry, customer service and real estate plus why data breach risk is on the rise again and what you can do to protect your clients fast.


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New Cooperative & Crystal Valley Cooperative

https://www.scmagazine.com/analysis/ransomware/food-and-agriculture-industry-needs-more-threat-intel-as-ransomware-attacks-crop-up/

Exploit: Ransomware

New Cooperative & Crystal Valley Cooperative: Agricultural Services  

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Risk to Business: 1.337 = Extreme

Twin breaches in agriculture have the potential to cause significant disruptions in the US food supply chain. Iowa-based farm service provider New Cooperative was the first ag company hit with a ransomware attack early last week, causing the company to shut down its IT systems. As part of its announcement, the company stated that there would be “public disruption” to the grain, pork and chicken supply chain if its operations are not restored quickly. New ransomware group BlackMatter claimed responsibility, releasing proof on their dark web leak site, saying that they have 1,000GB of data. BlackMatter is demanding a $5.9 million ransom. Minnesota-based farm supply and grain marketing cooperative Crystal Valley was the next hit by a ransomware attack a few days later. The company announced that all of its corporate IT systems were shut down and they were unable to process credit card payments. It also noted that this is a very bad time for cyberattacks in the industry as it is harvest season. No group has yet claimed responsibility for this incident.

Individual Impact: No personal, financial or sensitive data loss was disclosed in this breach as of press time.

Customers Impacted: Unknown

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Simon Eye & US Vision

https://www.govinfosecurity.com/hacking-incidents-lead-to-2-big-eye-care-provider-breaches-a-17587 

Exploit: Hacking

Simon Eye & US Vision: Optometry Clinic Operators

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Risk to Business: 1.606=Severe

A pair of breaches in the optometry world by Simon Eye and US Vision has exposed the personal and health information of tens of thousands of US patients. Delaware-based Simon Eye Management, a chain of clinics that provide eye exams, eyeglasses and surgical evaluations, reported a hacking incident to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) affecting more than 144,000 individuals. This incident also included an aborted business email compromise attempt. In their HIPAA filing, the breach involved an unauthorized third party accessing certain employee email accounts in May 2021 as cybercriminals attempted to pull off wire transfer and invoice manipulation attacks against the company. New Jersey-based USV Optical Inc., a division of US Vision, has also reported a breach to HHS caused by hacking. The company says the incident involved unauthorized access to certain servers and systems between April 20 and May 17, 2021. 

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Individual Risk: 1.667= Severe

A total of 320,000 US residents may be impacted by these breach incidents. Simon Eye’s disclosure detailed patient information that had potentially been compromised by the incident including patient names, medical histories, treatment or diagnosis information, health information, health insurance information and some Social Security numbers, date of birth and/or financial account information. US Vision disclosed that patient Information potentially compromised in the incident includes patient names, addresses, date of birth and eye care insurance information.

Customers Impacted: 320,000

How It Could Affect Your Customers’ Business When companies fail to keep highly sensitive data like this safe, they take a direct hit to the wallet since it costs them a fortune in HIPAA fines once regulators get finished with them.

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Marcus & Millichap 

https://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/news/252507058/Marcus-Millichap-hit-with-possible-BlackMatter-ransomware 

Exploit: Ransomware

Marcus & Millichap: Real Estate Firm 

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Risk to Business: 1.636 = Severe

Real estate giant Marcus & Millichap has suffered a ransomware attack. Suspected to be the work of the BlackMatter ransomware gang, the firm disclosed in an SEC filing that it had seen no evidence of a data breach, although Black Matter did post some authentic-looking sample files with its ransomware demand on its dark web leak site. The incident is under investigation. (The second breach in this pair is in the South America section.)

Individual Impact: No personal, financial or sensitive data loss was disclosed in this breach as of press time.

Customers Impacted: Unknown

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Colombia – Coninsa Ramon H

https://thehackernews.com/2021/09/colombian-real-estate-agency-leak.html

Exploit: Misconfiguration

Coninsa Ramon H: Real Estate Firm

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Risk to Business: 1.713 = Severe

A database owned by Colombian real estate firm Coninsa Ramon H has leaked data. More than one terabyte of data containing 5.5 million files was left exposed, leaking the personal information of over 100,000 customers of a Colombian real estate firm data exposure is the result of a misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket.   

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Individual Risk: 1.605 = Severe

The data in the exposed bucket includes internal documents like invoices, proof of income documents, quotes and account statements dating between 2014 and 2021. The customer PII leaked may include names, phone numbers, email addresses, residential addresses, amounts paid for estates and asset values. The bucket may also contain a database backup that includes additional information such as profile pictures, usernames and hashed passwords. 

Customers Impacted: Unknown

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Italy – Covisian 

https://www.inforisktoday.com/ransomware-attack-reportedly-cripples-european-call-center-a-17619

Exploit: Ransomware

Covisian: Call Center Operator 

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Risk to Business: 1.661=Severe

GSS, the Spanish language division of call center giant Covisian, has informed customers that it has been subjected to a ransomware attack. The attack locked down the company’s IT systems, crippling its Spanish-language call centers. Customer service for organizations including Vodafone Spain, the Masmovil ISP, Madrid’s water supply company, television stations and many private businesses was impacted. (The second in this pair of breaches is in the Middle East section)  

Customers Impacted: Unknown

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Israel – Voicecenter

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/tech-news/.premium-experts-iran-may-be-behind-cyberattack-on-company-serving-big-names-in-israeli-tech-1.10231555

Exploit: Ransomware

Voicecenter: Call Center Operator

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Risk to Business: 1.699 = Severe

A ransomware attack against the Israeli call center service company Voicenter earlier this week is suspected to be the work of the Deus ransomware outfit who has claimed responsibility for the hack. The gang Deus claimed it would release 15 TB of data concerning 8,000 companies that work with Voicenter including Mobileye, Partner, Gett and My Heritage, among others. The data that the attackers have posted on their dark web leak site includes samples of security camera and webcam footage, ID card information, photos, WhatsApp messages, emails and recordings of phone calls. Interestingly, Deus also provided a photo of its ransom message with a demand for 15 bitcoin within 12 hours of the notification on September 19, with 10 bitcoin added every 12 hours after that deadline. After a brief disruption in services, most Voicenter functions have been restored.

Customers Impacted: Unknown

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Data Feeding Frenzy Drives Breach Risk Up Sharply


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As cybercrime rates rise, the market for the tools of the cybercrime trade is heating up. The biggest thing that cybercriminals are looking for to enable their next volley of attacks isn’t undetectable new malware or a genius hacker. It’s data. Consumer, business, financial, medical, user records – it doesn’t really matter, they’ll take data from every imaginable source and clamber for more. That’s one reason why dark web data markets are booming. While that’s great news for cybercriminals, it’s terrible news for organizations that need to protect business and consumer data from their sticky fingers. 


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Data Breach Risk (and Cost) is Up Across the Board


No company can ever afford a data breach, yet far too many are having to grapple with that reality. There were 1,767 publicly reported breaches in the first six months of 2021, which exposed a total of 18.8 billion records. Data breach risk is high for companies in every sector no matter what their size and that number just keeps on climbing. Those breaches ran the gamut from small companies to huge conglomerates. If a company stores data, it is at risk for a breach, no matter where they store it. Cloud data storage has become common and is generally safe, yet an estimated 36% of organizations surveyed in a recent report on cloud data security said that they have suffered a serious data security incident like a cloud data breach in the past 12 months.   

Now, that risk is ratcheting up as cybercrime booms and cybercriminals hunt for the data that they need to fuel attacks, and IT professionals aren’t unaware of the danger.  A recent survey shows that IT professionals and business leaders understand that the possibility of a data breach seriously impacting their organization isn’t farfetched. The overwhelming majority of survey respondents, more than 85% of business leaders and II professionals surveyed worldwide agreed that they foresee an intrusion leading to a data breach in their organization’s future, and they expect that event to occur within the next 12 months. That includes 69% of Australian organizations who report they are likely to experience a data breach that impacts customer data in the next 12 months.    

That data breach will be more expensive than ever before according to the IBM/Ponemon Institute Cost of a Data Breach Report 2021. The recently released report contained a few surprises this year, but one major conclusion wasn’t a surprise to IT professionals: the cost of a data breach climbs every year. In the 2021 report, researchers noted that the average total cost of a data breach increased by nearly 10% over 2020’s numbers to $4.24 million, the highest ever recorded in the 17-year history of the survey. The era of remote work has ratcheted up all sorts of business expenses and risks, and that’s been consistent for data breach costs as well. The study showed that costs were even higher when remote working was presumed to be a factor in causing the breach, increasing to $4.96 million. 


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 But Why Exactly is Data Breach Risk Rising?


There are a variety of reasons why data breach risk is rising for companies, but three main contenders top the list as the main culprits of this rising tide of danger. 

A Booming Dark Web Economy 

In 2020, Constella Intelligence’s identity theft threat intelligence team detected over 8,500 breaches and leakages circulating in dark markets and underground forums, representing nearly 12 billion records.  Researchers determined that there was a large spike in the price of sensitive personal records sold on the dark web in 2020, with the prices of identity documents like driver’s licenses, passports and ID cards increasing significantly from previous years. That trend has held steady in 2021. The prices of all sorts of PII trafficked on the dark web exploded in 2020, including passports (+1,185%), driver’s licenses (+328%) and ID cards (+642%), possibly due to increased demand for false identification records during the pandemic. 

Personally identifying information (PII) has historically been a top seller in dark web data markets, and that holds true this year as well. PII is the second most sought-after type of data by cybercriminals conducting data breach operations according to the Verizon/Ponemon Institute Data Breach Investigations Report 2021 (credentials held steady as the most sought-after type of data in dark web markets). That matches up with other expert analyses on data exposure. Nearly 60% of the data breaches analyzed in the identity theft report exposed some form of PII, and 72% of these breaches included passwords

More Multi-Party Breaches 

Third-party and supply chain risk has been steadily climbing for the last few years, another trend that shows no sign of slowing down. Cybercriminals know that if they gain access to customer records and other data at a business that is a service provider for other businesses or government agencies, that can get them at foot in the door at organizations on their victim’s client list. An uptick in the number and severity of multi-party breaches is an example of why business data is so valuable to bad actors and the damage that they can do with just one company’s client records.  Almost 900 multi-party data breach incidents, also referred to as ripple events, have been tallied by data breach researchers since 2008. While that doesn’t sound like it’s a frequent event that would be present much of a problem for businesses over such a long time span, that’s definitely not the case.  

Unlike a regular data breach, a multi-party data breach has a nasty ripple effect that can catch other businesses in its wake months or even years later. In a recent Cyentia Institute study, researchers reported that on average, it takes 379 days for a typical ripple event to impact 75% of its downstream victims. That’s an extremely long time for a company to wait to discover whether or not they’re in trouble when another company that they do business with has had a breach. Multi-party breaches like this are also extremely expensive, dwarfing the already high costs of an average data breach. In fact, they make a run-of-the-mill data breach look like a bargain in comparison. Ultimately the researchers determined that a median ripple data breach event caused an estimated 10x the financial damage of a traditional single-party breach -and the worst of the multi-party data breach events that they studied caused an astonishing 26x the financial damage of the worst single-party breach in the study. 


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Huge Data Leaks Prime the Pump for More 


The fact that there are simply more data breaches these days means that there is a larger chance for massive data breaches to occur, adding an abundance of records to the dark web, ripe for cybercriminal picking. Every data breach that exposed PII, credentials and similar information can help cybercriminals pull off a future cyberattack that can then cause another data breach. It’s a vicious cycle, especially as the world becomes even more interconnected. Every huge exposure opens up new visits of opportunity for cybercriminals and new avenues of risk for businesses. Approximately 22 billion new records landed in dark web data markets and dumps in 2020, providing further fuel for cybercrime. 

Credentials and PII are constantly being exposed in major breaches in 2021 as well, jacking up risk dramatically each time a new one breaks. Staring in February 2021 with the COMB aka the Compilation of Many Breaches, a flood of PII and credentials cascaded into the dark web. The COMB contained data that was a goldmine for bad actors including 3.2 billion email-and-password pairs  In June 2021, a 100GB text file dubbed RockYou2021 was leaked by an anonymous user on a popular hacker forum. This new cache of data is estimated to contain 8.4 billion passwords. Researchers estimate that the RockYou2021 compilation includes the passwords of the complete global online population almost two times over. Just one month later in July 2021, the data of 700M LinkedIn users including PII and passwords was exposed and made its way to a popular dark web forum. That number is more than 92% of LinkedIn’s estimated total of 756M users.  


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What Are Cybercriminals Looking For?


Cybercriminals are constantly on the hunt for fresh data. While they’ll snatch up pretty much anything, they do have a few preferences for different types of data. The desirability of data from different industries waxes and wanes based on many factors like scarcity, usability, relevance and quality. 2020 was very much the year that everyone wanted healthcare data, with myriad breaches and cyberattacks hitting every cog on the healthcare supply chain from hospitals to research institutions to trucking companies moving COVID-19 vaccines to market.  

That trend has continued into 2021. As expected, the healthcare industry continues to be firmly in the sights of threat actors, reporting more data breaches than any other industry sector already this year. The healthcare sector has been at the top of the most targeted industry list since at least 2017 and it was the undisputed champion of data breaches in 2020. So far in the first 6 months of 2021, 238 healthcare data breaches were reported with finance & insurance the next most attacked sector with 194 reported incidents, followed by information with 180 data breaches. 


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Is Your Data on a Cybercriminal’s Shopping List?


Data breach risk is rising around the globe, and no industry is safe from cybercriminals hunting for the next big score. More than 85% of IT professionals polled in a recent survey said that they believe that their organization will experience an intrusion leading to a data breach in the next 12 months. That probably leaves you wondering what’s causing them to believe that and what you can do to stay safe from a data breach disaster? 

Booming dark web data markets are one reason why IT professionals expect that their organization may be in cybercriminal sights. The prices of all sorts of personally identifying information (PII) skyrocketed on the dark web in 2020 and they continue to remain high. Cybercriminals love PII because it provides fuel for other cybercrimes that they may be planning, like spear phishing and ransomware attacks.  

Huge quantities of credentials or email and password pairs also hit the dark web in 2020 and that trend also continues into 2021. These resources can make it easy for bad actors to undertake hacking, credential stuffing and business email compromise operations. Credentials are the data type that is the most sought-after by cybercriminals, followed by PII. 

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