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ALERT! Do You Use Verizon? Check Your Bank Account Right Now – 14 Million Customers Hacked!
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As businesses expand their data and move more and more data to cloud services, cyber and data security risks will be growing. As more and more people use and access data, the misuse of it becomes more dangerous and widespread.
Data breaches are not new, but controlling hacks is not as simple as it might seem. In the olden days, information was stored locally. Everyone stored data on hard drives. If someone wanted to access data they had to do it physically.
Now, with all the networking and cloud services offered, not too many people use physical hard drives any more. People store more information on ‘the cloud’. Millions of apple uses, use the cloud to store emails, pictures, and various other items. This of course, makes it easier for hackers to gain access to more sensitive data.
Hacking is not new. Many companies have been hacked. Target was hacked. Yahoo”s data was breached. The DNC was hacked. UPS and Home Depot were hacked. It’s almost seems like an every day event. The point is, it’s more common than not.
For consumers, you need to stay on top of the news and be very careful with your sensitive data, especially personal information numbers or PINS. If you own a credit card for Home Depot company, when it was hacked, you changed that PIN right away. If you used that same PIN for a different account, you’d change that account as well.
If you’re a Verizon customer and you haven’t changed the PIN, it’s time to update that now.
So for all the Verizon customers…Can you hear me now? Update your PIN!
H/T Conservative Post:
Folks, this is scary! Verizon has announced that due to a server issue, 14 million customers are at risk of being hacked.
Their personal information (like bank accounts, phone numbers, address etc) could be exposed and leaked.
The reports claim:
Names, address, account details and personal identification numbers for as many as 14 million Verizon customers were publicly accessible and unsecured in June because of a third-party cloud server problem, according to a new report.
Chris Vickery, of Upguard, reported the breach after he discovered a database of Verizon customers on a cloud server account of a Verizon subcontractor in a way that could be accessed by anyone who knew where to look for it.
Verizon, the major telecommunications provider, has suffered a data security breach with over 14 million US customers’ personal details exposed on the Internet after NICE Systems, a third-party vendor, mistakenly left the sensitive users’ details open on a server.
Chris Vickery, researcher and director of cyber risk research at security firm UpGuard, discovered the exposed data on an unprotected Amazon S3 cloud server that was fully downloadable and configured to allow public access.
The exposed data includes sensitive information of millions of customers, including their names, phone numbers, and account PINs (personal identification numbers), which is enough for anyone to access an individual’s account, even if the account is protected by two-factor authentication.
“The exposure of Verizon account PIN codes used to verify customers, listed alongside their associated phone numbers, is particularly concerning,” explained UpGuard’s Dan O’Sullivan in a blog post.
NICE Systems is an Israel-based company that is known for offering wide-range of solutions for intelligence agencies, including telephone voice recording, data security, and surveillance.
According to the researcher, it is unknown that why Verizon has allowed a 3rd party company to collect call details of its users, however, it appears that NICE Systems monitors the efficiency of its call-center operators for Verizon.
The exposed data contained records of customers who called the Verizon’s customer services in the past 6 months, which are recorded, obtained and analyzed by NICE.
“Finally, this exposure is a potent example of the risks of third-party vendors handling sensitive data,” O’Sullivan said.
“NICE Systems’ history of supplying technology for use in intrusive, state-sponsored surveillance is an unsettling indicator of the severity of this breach of privacy.”
Vickery had privately informed Verizon team about the exposure in late June, and the data was then secured within a week.
Vickery is a reputed researcher, who has previously tracked down many exposed datasets on the Internet.
Just last month, he discovered an unsecured Amazon S3 server owned by data analytics firm Deep Root Analytics (DRA), which exposed information of more than 198 Million United States citizens, that’s over 60% of the US population.
In March this year, Vickery discovered a cache of 60,000 documents from a US military project for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) which was also left unsecured on Amazon cloud storage server for anyone to access.
In the same month, the researcher also discovered an unsecured and publicly exposed database, containing nearly 1.4 Billion user records, linked to River City Media (RCM).
Again…for all you Verizon carrier owners….Can you hear me now? UPDATE YOUR PIN!
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