Audio player loading… The impact of last year’s Kronos ransomware attack is still being felt, with sports equipment company Puma now confirming it has suffered a related breach. As reported by Bleeping Computer, Kronos filed a breach notification with several attorney generals' offices earlier this month, which states that the attackers took data on Puma employees and their dependents from the Kronos Private Cloud (KPC). “Since the attack was discovered, Kronos has been conducting a comprehensive review of the impacted environment to determine whether any individual's personal information was subject to unauthorized access or acquisition,” said a letter delivered to affected Puma employees last week. “On January 7, 2022, Kronos confirmed that some of your personal information was among the stolen data. We notified Puma of this incident on January 10, 2022.” Puma employees under attack In the filing provided to the Office of the Maine Attorney General, Kronos said that a total of 6,632 individuals have had their data stolen, including Social Security numbers. To mitigate the effects of the data breach, Kronos has offered the affected individuals a care package that includes two years of free Experian IdentityWorks membership (credit card monitoring, identity restoration, and identity theft insurance)…. Read full this story
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