DoorDash reveals third-party data breach hit 4.9 million users
Friday, September 27, 2019
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"It would be premature to make any conclusions about the origins of the breach prior to a detailed technical investigation assisted by law enforcement agencies," Ilia Kolochenko, founder and CEO of web security company ImmuniWeb. "Breach or data theft by a trusted third party, such as supplier or data analytics company, is nonetheless quite possible.
"Risks affiliated to insecure or careless third parties is an Achilles heel of most modern companies and organisations. The problem is that monitoring and proper enforcement of third party cyber security are exorbitantly expensive and most companies, including the largest ones, simply cannot afford it." Read Full Article
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