Approximately 400 Crypto.com users had funds taken from their accounts totaling “millions” of dollars, TechRadar reports. Crypto.com CEO Kris Marszalek previously confirmed the breach to Bloomberg, and said the accounts had been reimbursed and the breach wasn’t significant given the company’s size. Meanwhile, in Marietta, West Virginia, more than 200,000 patients of the Memorial Health System had their personal information exposed in a cyberattack last year, the Parkersburg News and Sentinel reports. However, officials maintain there has not been an indication unauthorized use of the data or identity theft has occurred.
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