Breach of Florida unemployment site affects nearly 58,000 accounts, state says
State officials said malicious actors may have accessed the personal information, including bank account numbers, of people who filed for unemployment payments.
Washington state auditor faulted for not disclosing breach sooner
The state auditor's office waited three weeks before notifying the public of a data breach that's prompted an overhaul of the state government's cybersecurity.
Data breach exposes nearly 28 million Texas drivers' records
A software vendor exposed three data files containing tens of millions of drivers' records, which were subjected to "unauthorized access."
Click2Gov breaches in eight cities attributed to Magecart hackers
There's more troubling news for customers of the online payments platform that's been connected to dozens of past breaches.
Hackers post Calif. city's data online after it denied leak
After a ransomware attack last March, officials in Torrance, California, claimed residents' personal data had not been compromised. It's now available on public websites.
Data-breach bill gives D.C. power to go after companies with weak cybersecurity
Revisions to Washington, D.C.'s, 2007 breach-notification add more categories of protected personal data and new powers for the city's attorney general to investigate breaches.
California DMV data breach shared Social Security information of thousands
About 3,200 residents had their personally identifying information made available to seven other federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Personal data of 78,000 exposed by Maryland Labor Department
Personal information of those involved with adult education and unemployment insurance programs was accessible to unauthorized users, state officials revealed.