Cyber and Privacy Update 24 May 2019

Developments in the world of cyber and privacy

Friday 24 May 2019 Edition 15

Australian tech unicorn Canva suffers security breach
Hackers stole customer data from Australian online graphic design platform Canva. The company — which recently completed a $70M funding round valuing the company at $2.5B — had data such as usernames, email addresses and passwords for millions of users taken, but since it is encrypted, it would reportedly be difficult for the hackers to sell the information piecemeal on the dark web. Subscribers have been told to change their passwords. Canva is used by individuals and large companies to design logos and marketing materials.
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