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|P2019-ND-044||Mar 4 2019||TALX Corporation and Honeywell International Inc., as reported by TALX Corporation|
|Summary: The organization discovered that one or more persons reset the PINs and accessed the online portal... [More]|
|P2019-ND-040||Mar 1 2019||Confederation Park Little League|
|Summary: A former volunteer with the organization did not delete or return a spreadsheet that contained the... [More]|
|P2019-ND-039||Feb 28 2019||Newegg Inc.|
|Summary: The organization believes an unauthorized party gained access to its network using malicious... [More]|
|P2019-ND-038||Feb 27 2019||Dufferin Construction Company, a division of CRH Canada Group Inc.|
|Summary: An employee notified the organization that he was able to access an electronic human resources... [More]|
|P2019-ND-037||Feb 19 2019||Goodlife Fitness Centres Inc.|
|Summary: The organization discovered an error in its membership database whereby some members inadvertently... [More]|
|P2019-ND-036||Feb 19 2019||Syncrude Canada Ltd.|
|Summary: A payroll file was misplaced during the onboarding process for a new hire. The incident affected... [More]|
|P2019-ND-035||Feb 19 2019||MediaQMI Inc.|
|Summary: The organization concluded that an unauthorized individual illegally obtained access to certain... [More]|
|P2019-ND-034||Feb 19 2019||RiverMend Health, LLC|
|Summary: The organization identified suspicious emails being sent from an employee's account. The... [More]|
|P2019-ND-033||Feb 19 2019||Gerlad J. Kugelmass Professional Corporation|
|Summary: The organization reported an intrusion to an email account that resulted in phishing emails being... [More]|
|P2019-ND-032||Feb 19 2019||Loblaw Companies Limited|
|Summary: Automated credential stuffing attacks occurred against web properties owned by the organization.... [More]|
|P2019-ND-030||Feb 19 2019||TALX Corporation and Allegis Group Inc., as reported by TALX Corporation|
|Summary: The organizations determined that an unauthorized person was able to successfully answer questions... [More]|
|P2019-ND-028||Feb 19 2019||Groupe Materiaux Godin and Materiaux Godin et Fils|
|Summary: A small black tote containing documents with the information at issue was stored in a residential... [More]|
|P2019-ND-027||Feb 19 2019||Syncrude Canada Ltd.|
|Summary: An employee of the organization reported that they had incorrect access permissions to an internal... [More]|
|P2019-ND-026||Mar 18 2019||CH Nursery Management Ltd., operating as Early Discoveries Nursery School|
|Summary: A class teacher binder disappeared while the organization's classrooms were used by another party.... [More]|
|P2019-ND-025||Feb 15 2019||PFSL Fund Management Ltd.|
|Summary: Tax receipts issued for estate accounts with multiple recipients - deceased, executors and... [More]|
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