Back-up pharmacy services provider MedCall left a 7GB cache of data exposed in an unsecured Amazon S3 bucket, with medical information for employees of 181 business locations and social security numbers for nearly 3000 individuals open to public gaze.
Security firm UpGuard has published an updated version of its account of how a cloud-based data storage repository, used by business analytics software provider Birst, was left unsecured.
Global corporate consulting and management firm Accenture left at least four cloud-based storage servers unsecured and open to the public, the security company UpGuard has found.
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