Data Breaches

An ever growing list

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% of business that actively monitor and analyze their security

  • Businesses 40%
  • Medical and Healthcare 35.4%
  • Government or Military 8.1%
  • Educational Institutions 7.4%

Targets of Security Breaches 2015/2016

Citigroup

150,000

The personal information of 150,000 customers who went into bankruptcy between 2007 and 2011 – including their social security numbers.

Facebook

6,000,000

Facebook members were sent the phone numbers or email address of Facebook friends that were otherwise private using “download info tool”

Anthem

80,000,000

Second largest health insurer in the US – Feb 2015: Names, dates of birth, member ID/ social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, em

UPS

“UNKNOWN”

Unauthorized access to accounts including email addresses, home addresses, address books and encrypted passwords.

Metro St Univ

160,000

Metropolitan State University 160,000 current and former students 900 faculty members including SSNs

OPM

4,000,000+

OPM hack went undetected for over year, affecting over 4 Million current and former employees.

Home Depot

56,000,000

Malware installer on cash register system across 2,200 stores syphoned credit card details of up to 56 million customers. May be the same

Staples

1,160,000

115 Staples locations were infected with malware that thieves may have used to steal customers’ names, card numbers and verification codes.

Adobe

36,000,000

Customer ID’s and encrypted passwords along with sensitive personal information hacked.

Adobe

50,000,000

Evernote asked its 50 million users to reset their passwords following an attempt to hack the note-taking network.

TeraCom

170,000

Personal data of over 170,000 customers – including social security numbers, sitting on a publicly accessible server.

CHS

4,500,000

August 2014: Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the US, had patient data from the last 5 years breached..

Uber

50,000

Occurred Sep 2014. Revealed Feb 2015. Names & license plates of 50,000 driver partners

JP MorganChase

7,600,000

The hack began in June ’14 but was not discoverere until July, when the hackers already obtained the highest level of admin privileges.

Sony

100 Terabytes

Wide-ranging hack of potentially every piece of data held by the company, including unreleased films and scripts, emails and salaries.

AOL

2,400,000

Unauthorized access to accounts including email addresses, home addresses, address books and encrypted passwords.

Evernote

50,000,000

Evernote asked its 50 million users to reset their passwords following an attempt to hack the note-taking network.

Twitter

250,000

Hackers has access to limited user information – usernames, email addresses, session tokens and encrypted/salted versions of passwords.

Japan Air

750,000

OCT ’14 – Sensitive date of up to750,000 frequent-flyer program members breached.

Ebay

145,000,000

Hackers attacked between late February and early March with login credentials obtained from “a small number” of employees. They then access

Premera

11,000,000

Detected 29th Jan 2015. Occurred May 2014 Sensitive data including SSN, Bank info and Patient info.

Target

70,000,000

Data was obtained via software installed on machines that customers use. Originally 40m customers. Now 70m!

IRS

100,000

Over 200,000 attempts nets hackers 100,000 IRS taxpayer files.