InfoSec News Nuggets 1/29/2024

Akira ransomware gang says it stole passport scans from Lush in 110 GB data heist  The Akira ransomware gang is claiming responsiblity for the "cybersecurity incident" at British bath bomb merchant. Akira says it has stolen 110 GB of data from the UK-headquartered global cosmetics giant, which has more than 900 stores worldwide, allegedly including "a lot of personal documents" such as passport scans. Passport scans are routinely collected to verify identities during the course of the hiring process,…
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