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An Israeli technology company has exposed millions of Verizon customer records, ZDNet has learned.As many as 14 million records of subscribers who called the phone giant's customer services in the past six months were found on an unprotected Amazon S3 storage server controlled by an employee of Nice Systems, a Ra'anana, Israel-based company.One, SBC Communications, bought out the Bells former parent AT&T Corporation and assumed the AT&T name. wireless communications service provider as of September 2014 Bell Atlantic Corporation was created as one of the original Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) in 1984, during the breakup of the Bell System.The other, Century Link, was formed initially in 2011 by the acquisition of Qwest (formerly named US West). Bell Atlantic's original roster of operating companies included: Bell Atlantic originally operated in the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia, as well as Washington, DC.NEW YORK — Verizon confirmed on Wednesday the personal data of 6 million customers has leaked online.
Nice, which counts 85 of the Fortune 100 as customers, plays in two main enterprise software markets: customer engagement and financial crime and compliance including tools that prevent fraud and money laundering.
“Apparently, hackers really do still party like it's 1999,” says the report.
“The tally of really old CVEs suggests that any vulnerability management programme should include broad coverage of the ‘oldies but goodies'.
It’s a day ending in the letter “Y,” so we’re not surprised that yet another breach of customer information is making the news: In the latest, a cyber security firm says information for at least 14 million Verizon residential and small business wireline customers was found on an unsecured web server, allowing anyone on the Internet to access it.
Verizon says that figure was closer to six million customer records.