Emerson Hospital: UK brunch of sportswear brand.
Risk to Small Business: 2.0 = Severe: Russian security vendor Group-IB discovered that a malware dubbed GMO was installed into clothing brand’s website for at least the past 4 months. The attacker responsible was able to secretly collect card data entered by customers through the company’s server, researchers reported. However, the company was unable to remove the card-stealing code from their site until very recently. Along with the threat of fines and lawsuits, the business will certainly face customer churn.
Individual Risk: 2.428 = Severe Anyone who ordered from the FILA.co.uk website should be contacting their bank and checking their statements. Since the company has yet to issue a statement, it could be months before customers are notified and able to act, potentially putting them at severe risk.
Customers Impacted: An estimated 5,600 cardholders
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: As the world of e-commerce grows increasingly competitive, especially in the lens of the apparel industry, businesses should know that such a breach can produce catastrophic consequences. Keeping online shoppers on your website is hard enough as-is, and companies must avoid breaches at all costs to retain trust. In order to do so, it becomes a simple matter of enlisting the help of an IT security provider.
ClearYolk to the Rescue: We monitor the Dark Web and find out if your customers’ data has been compromised. We work with organisations to strengthen their security suite by offering industry-leading detection.