March 23, 2022
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Digital authentication firm Okta Inc said late Tuesday that up to 366 of its customers may have been affected by a security breach committed by a hacker group known as Lapsus $.
In a series of blog posts, Okta chief security officer David Bradbury said about 2.5 percent of the company’s more than 15,000 customers were “potentially affected” and their data may have been “reviewed or taken action.”
“We have determined that the maximum impact potential is 366,” he said.
(Report by Raphael Sutter; edited by Sri Navaratnam)
Okta says up to 366 customers were “potentially affected” by the hacker attack
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