Wolters Kluwer, a Netherlands-based global accounting software provider, is dealing with the aftermath of a hack on its software used to run a reported 93% of the world's small- and mid-sized accounting firms, Bloomberg reports. Wolters Kluwer Chief Information Officer Martin Wuite discovered oddities on the company's servers caused by malware and promptly took those servers offline while notifying customers via social media; however, customer communications were cut off for two days. The software has resumed operations while Wolters Kluwer investigates the incident. Meanwhile, ZDNet reports that a hack involving two pro basketball teams, the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, exposed employee accounts and allowed personal information to be stolen. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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