And 74 percent think privileged users believe they're empowered to access all the information they're able to view, a recent survey found.
Names, card numbers, security codes and expiration dates were accessed.
The breach may have exposed the personal information of employees at 280 companies.
Customer names, account numbers, expiration dates and verification codes may have been accessed.
The hackers targeted weaknesses in the vendors' servers, then attempted to steal login information and use it to access retailers' POS systems.
And 76 percent of organizations have experienced the loss or theft of data in the past two years, a recent survey found.
It's not yet clear how many customers may be affected.
'We hope this settlement sends a strong message,' OCR director Jocelyn Samuels said.
A wide range of information was exposed, from credit card numbers to patient data.
And 82 percent admit to a shortage of cyber security skills, a recent survey found.
The education sector comes second at 6 percent, according to a recent report.
And 54 percent of IT pros said it's more difficult to protect confidential or sensitive information when using cloud services, a recent survey found.
The O2 breach appears to have been caused by password reuse, while the Kimpton breach leveraged point-of-sale malware.
The exposed data includes user names, email addresses, IP addresses, device identifiers, Facebook data, and hashed and salted passwords.
And 50 percent don't audit privileged account activity, a recent survey found.
'Organizations need to take steps to safeguard their data from ransomware attacks,' says Office for Civil Rights director Jocelyn Samuels.
Still, 79 percent of companies lack comprehensive strategies to detect and mitigate such attacks, a recent survey found.
And just 25 percent are completely confident in their ability to handle security incidents, a recent survey found.
The three recent breaches exposed thousands of customers' personal and payment card information.
The attacks appear to have been enabled by the theft of third-party service providers' remote access credentials.
And just 14 percent of SMBs see their ability to mitigate cyber attacks as highly effective, a recent survey found.
And 67 percent of IT professionals have no cyber security certifications, a recent survey found.
Approximately 4,300 patients' names, birthdates and Social Security numbers were exposed.
The cameras, located in 105 countries, delivered as many as 50,000 HTTP requests per second.
Approximately 57 percent of all organizations using Office 365 were hit by the attack.
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