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|P2020-ND-003||Jan 31 2020||Employer's Resource Council|
|Summary: The organization determined that an unauthorized actor accessed two of its employees' email... [More]|
|P2020-ND-002||Jan 31 2020||Carl's Golfland|
|Summary: A webshell was inserted into the organization’s website through a vulnerability and brute force... [More]|
|P2020-ND-001||Jan 31 2020||Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc.|
|Summary: The email account of a representative of the organization was accessed as the result of a phishing... [More]|
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