Growing list of MOVEit hack victims shows damage control difficulties

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More than 130 organizations are believed to have been impacted by the MOVEit hack, with millions of people’s data at risk.

The widespread cyber incident, which is being tracked on Twitter by Brett Callow, threat analyst at software company Emisoft, has spread to the United States, with the Department of Health and Human Services and law firms Kirkland & Ellis and K&L Gates among those reportedly exposed.

The latest updates follow Russian cyberhacker group Clop’s well-publicized claim earlier this month it hacked into a piece of software called MOVEit that businesses use to transfer data files securely both internally and externally.

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