Ethan Baron reports:
Cybersecurity is big business in the Bay Area, with new firms popping up virtually every week to meet the global demand for data protection in a world teeming with sophisticated hackers.
Now one of the region’s more established firms has been hacked, with customer data stolen, according to a company blog post and a reported letter to clients.
And it appears that among the company’s clients is the Stanford School of Medicine. The company, OneLogin, says the school has used its services to monitor patients’ logins to the school’s online portal and third-party sites. The school did not immediately respond to a request for information about whether any loss of patient data occurred.
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