Exposure

Akasa Air suffers data breach

PTI reports: Akasa Air has suffered data breach resulting in access of user information by unauthorised individuals. The airline, which started operations on August 7, has apologised to its customers and has “self-reported the incident” to CERT-In, according to a communication. Read more at The Telegraph India.

WestJet app data breach reveals other people’s personal information

Stephen Hunt reports: WestJet says it’s investigating a technical glitch on its app that allowed users to see other people’s profiles. CTV News first learned of the issue Wednesday afternoon from a viewer and a Twitter post that indicated that once you logged on to the airline’s app, you could see the personal information...

No Injury = No Article III Standing in Data Breach Class Action

Amy Brown Doolittle of Squire Patton Boggs writes: As we have discussed here at CPW, one of the biggest challenges facing a plaintiff in a data breach class action is to establish an injury from the alleged data breach. Earlier this week, in David De Midicis v. Ally Bank & Ally Fin., Inc., 2022 U.S. Dist....

City of Detroit retirees data breach causes concern

Randy Wimbley and David Komer report: …. It’s what Weldon. a Detroit retiree, stumbled upon Wednesday morning after setting up her account on the City of Detroit retirement system’s new online program. “I saw several links called lists, and I clicked on one – and it was my name and this first list was...

UT: Technical problem causes security breach in Tooele County School District, may have exposed 1000 students’ info

Debbie Worthen reports: Hundreds of students’ personal information was potentially compromised in what the Tooele County School District called a “technical problem” as the district switched from Aspire to Skyward. Skyward is a software company specializing in K-12 school management. It includes student records and personal information. This week, families of the over 21,000...