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A healthcare provider based in the US state of Ohio has released a statement saying it fired an employee for snooping in on patients’ records, showing transparency amid unfavorable news. Credit card information was not accessed, the practice says. Mercy Health, a Catholic healthcare provider with locations in Ohio and Kentucky, says the news release […]

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A team of researchers working for vpnMentor has found a treasure trove in the form of an unsecured Elasticsearch database containing over 380 million records. The trove contained login credentials and other data belonging to Spotify users. So what’s Spotify doing leaving its user data hanging around on an unsecured database? Answer: It’s not. On […]

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The company said the incident involved “unauthorized access and copying of some current and former employee data, as well as limited company information regarding some business partners.” Belden said its employees detected unusual activity on some servers, which third-party forensic experts determined was the result of a “sophisticated attack.” The attackers apparently accessed a “limited […]

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