Security News Here we go again: 2023’s badly handled data breaches


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Last year, we compiled a list of 2022’s most poorly handled data breaches looking back at the bad behavior of corporate giants when faced with hacks and breaches. That included everything from downplaying the real-world impact of spills of personal information and failing to answer basic questions.

Turns out this year, many organizations continue to make the same mistakes. Here’s this year’s dossier on how not to respond to security incidents.
  • Electoral Commission hid details of a huge hack for a year, yet still tight-lipped
  • Samsung won’t say how many customers hit by year-long data breach
  • Hackers stole Shadow data, and Shadow went silent
  • Lyca Mobile refused to say what kind of cyberattack hit
  • MGM Resorts still hasn’t said how many customers had data stolen after hack
  • Dish breach may affect millions — potentially a lot more
  • CommScope late to tell its own employees that their data was stolen
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