Data breach at New York Sports Clubs owner exposed customer data

Zack Whittaker reports: Town Sports International, the parent company of New York Sports Clubs and Christi’s Fitness gyms, is mopping up after a security lapse exposed customer data. Security researcher Bob Diachenko received a tip from a contact, Sami Toivonen, about an unprotected server containing almost a terabyte of spreadsheets representing years of internal...

Spokane health district apologizes for accidental disclosure of personal health info

Megan Carroll reports: The Spokane Regional Health District is apologizing on Monday after it accidentally disclosed personal health information to a partner agency. According to a press release, SRHD discovered the unauthorized disclosure to Northeast Washington Educational Service District 101 on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Recipients included school administrations and nursing staff. Read more on...

AU: University of Tasmania IT bungle leads to mass student data breach

Mark Saunokonoko reports: Nearly 20,000 University of Tasmania (UTAS) students have had their personal information exposed to the entire campus after a major IT bungle. The data contained “personally identifiable information” of students at the university. UTAS told 9News in a statement there was “no evidence” malicious activity had caused the data breach. Read more on 9News.