Members of the public among those affected by massive N.S. cyberattack

Jean Laroche reports on the impact of the MOVEit breach by Clop threat actors on people in Nova Scotia:

The Nova Scotia government revealed Friday that cyber criminals made off with the private information of tens of thousands of people, including high school students, short-term accommodation owners, newborns and people issued parking tickets in the Halifax Regional Municipality.

On Friday, the province gave details on 94,574 of the records stolen in a cyberattack identified last week, and the total number of records stolen may climb.

On Tuesday, the province’s Minister of Cyber Security and Digital Solutions, Colton LeBlanc, said current and past employees of Nova Scotia Health, the IWK Health Centre and the provincial civil service have also been impacted.

Read more at CBC.

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