Exploit: Malware attack
Missoma: Jewelry retailer
Risk to Small Business: 1.888 = Severe: An attack on the company’s online store has compromised customers’ payment details. The heist, which was quickly resolved by the jeweler, allowed hackers to make off with customer data. The breach is likely to negatively impact the company’s online sales during the holiday shopping season. Moreover, the company may face regulatory fines or penalties under Europe’s privacy regulation, GDPR.
Individual Risk: 2 = Severe: Customers impacted by the breach had personally identifiable information and financial data compromised. This includes names, addresses, payment card numbers, and CVVs. Those impacted by the breach should immediately notify their financial institutions of the incident, and they should take every necessary step to ensure that this information isn’t misused now or in the future.
Customers Impacted: Unknown
How it Could Affect Your Customers’ Business: Any company expecting to thrive in today’s digital-first shopping experience has to have their cybersecurity standards locked down. Today’s customers will not put up with retailers that can’t protect their personal or payment data, which could have serious implications for the company’s viability.
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