Banks, hotels and hospitals among latest MOVEit masshack victims
- However, UofL Health declined to say whether data had been accessed.“Recently, the United States government confirmed that multiple federal agencies had been affected by cyberattacks which exploited a security vulnerability in a popular file transfer tool called MOVEit,” UofL Health spokesperson David McArthur told TechCrunch.
- “Unfortunately, a small number of UofL Health medical practices used this software to transfer files to third party vendors.“Upon learning of this event, UofL Health immediately took action and is now working with a forensic IT agency to determine the scope of the matter.
- The security of normal operations at UofL Health hospitals, medical centers, and physician offices has not been jeopardized.”TomTom, the Dutch navigation giant, also confirmed to TechCrunch that it’s affected after being listed by Clop on Tuesday.
- “We at TomTom were immediately aware of a data breach that occurred on our vendor’s platform, MOVEit, last month,” said TomTom spokesperson Ivo Bökkerink.
The MOVEit masshack has claimed yet more victims, including hotel chain Radisson, U.S.based 1st Source Bank, real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle, and Dutch GPS company TomTom.The Clop ransomware [+4193 chars]