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V13 | Issue 119 | 6.20.24

Daily Briefing for 06.20.24

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SUMMARY
By the CyberWire staff

At a glance.

  • CDK Global attack disrupts auto dealership sales.
  • T-Mobile denies breach claims.
  • BlackSuit ransomware gang publishes alleged Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department data.
  • Radiology practice breached.

CDK Global attack disrupts auto dealership sales.

CDK Global, a company that provides sales management software to nearly 15,000 car dealerships across the US, has sustained a major cyberattack that forced the company to take most of its systems offline, CBS News reports. The company sustained an initial attack Tuesday evening, followed by a second incident late Wednesday night. The company told its customers last night, "Out of continued caution and to protect our customers, we are once again proactively shutting down most of our systems. We are currently assessing the overall impact and consulting with external 3rd party experts. At this time, we do not have an estimated time frame for resolution and therefore our dealers’ systems will not be available at a minimum on Thursday, June 20th."

The nature of the attack is unclear, but BleepingComputer cites rumors that ransomware was involved.

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T-Mobile denies breach claims.

T-Mobile has denied being breached following claims by the IntelBroker threat actor to have stolen source code from the telecommunications giant, BleepingComputer reports. The company stated, "We are actively investigating a claim of an issue at a third-party service provider. We have no indication that T-Mobile customer data or source code was included and can confirm that the bad actor's claim that T-Mobile's infrastructure was accessed is false."

BleepingComputer cites a source as saying that the screenshots posted as proof by IntelBroker are "actually older screenshots of T-Mobile's infrastructure posted to a third-party vendor's servers, where it was stolen."

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BlackSuit ransomware gang publishes alleged Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department data.

The BlackSuit ransomware gang has published files allegedly stolen from the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department after the agency refused to pay a ransom, StateScoop reports. The KCKPD hasn't commented on the alleged breach, but StateScoop notes that BlackSuit's screenshots show folder names including "Drone Pics," "Evidence Room," and "Finance."

Radiology practice breached.

Minnesota-based radiology practice Consulting Radiologists is notifying nearly 512,000 patients that their data was breached during a February 2024 cyberattack, the HIPAA Journal reports. The breach affected "names, addresses, dates of birth, medical information, and health insurance information." A small number of patients "also had their Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and/or face sheets and imaging reports exposed."

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