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The Cyber Bulletin:
March 2023

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Welcome to DP Solutions' Cyber Bulletin!

This monthly cyber recap, curated by our Cybersecurity Team, lists recent significant cybersecurity events, news, and breaches to keep you in-the-know on current cyber-incidents and provide recommendations.

These articles are meant to be informative and we encourage everyone to do their own research.

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Twitter Limits Use of SMS 2-factor Authentication

Only users who pay a monthly fee for Twitter's subscription service will get to use text message authentication in order to keep their accounts secure.

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Our Recommendation: Check your social media accounts to see if this article applies to you. Enable multi-factor authentication where you can!

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LastPass Reveals Second Attack

LastPass disclosed that there was a second attack on its systems which breached users encrypted password vaults.

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Our Recommendation: Stop using LastPass ASAP and switch to a more reliable password manager such as Keeper or NordPass.

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PayPal Accounts Breached

In January, PayPal notified its users that their accounts were breached, exposing key personal information including Social Security Numbers. 
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Our Recommendation: Change your PayPal password (and any similarly used passwords) immediately. Enable multi-factor authentication on all of your accounts. 

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T-Mobile Disclosed that Millions of Customers were Hacked

T-Mobile announced in January that a hacker had gained access to basic  information of millions of their customers during a November 2022 data breach. This is the company's eighth data breach since 2018. 
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Our Recommendation: Change your T-Mobile password and/or PIN number immediately. Sign up for transaction alerts with your financial accounts and monitor your accounts for any suspicious activity.