Data stolen from Silicon Valley consulting firm offered for sale on hacker forum

Duncan Riley reports:

Business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan Inc. has suffered a data breach and data stolen from the firm appeared for sale on a hacker forum.

The Mountain View, California-based company has a global presence with 40 offices across six continents. It offers services such as market research, analysis, growth strategy consulting and corporate training.

The data hack came to light after a hacking group known as “KelvinSecurity Team” offered data stolen from the company on a forum.

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