This Week in Breach News: Phishing nets cybercriminals more than $2 million from the Republican Party, Google employee information is exposed in a third-party breach, healthcare targets get walloped again, data breach fines pack a punch, and should you just pay the ransom for stolen data?

  • Top Source Hits: ID Theft Forum
  • Top Compromise Type: Domain
  • Top Industry: Education & Research
  • Top Employee Count: 1 - 10

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Exploit: Ransomware

Steelcase: Furniture Manufacturer

Risk to Business: 2.311 = Severe

Furniture manufacturing giant Steelcase was hit with a nasty ransomware attack that forced a brief shutdown of all systems. The company was able to quickly contain the suspected Ryuk ransomware incident and says that no data was stolen. Recovery operations were fast and everything is back online.


Individual Risk: No personal or consumer information was reported as impacted in this incident.

Customers Impacted: Unknown

How it Could Affect Your Customers' Business: These days, ransomware attacks aren't just a threat to

data - they're being used to shut down production lines, impact infrastructure, and cause havoc.

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