A private sector programme that provides property insurance in the US state of Maryland has left the data of thousands on an unsecured network attached storage device, exposing customer files, claims, addresses, phone numbers, birth dates and Social Security numbers.
A cloud repository used by Paris-based brand marketing company Octoly has been left exposed with a back-up of its business IT operations and information about its registered online personalities open to the world.
The personal information of 123 million American households collected by the California data analytics firm Alteryx has been found in an unsecured Amazon Web Services S3 bucket on the Web.
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