Carly Page

Carly Page

Reporter, Cybersecurity

Carly Page covers the cybersecurity beat for TechCrunch. She is a freelance technology journalist with more than a decade of experience in the industry, and served as editor of The INQUIRER from 2012 to 2019. You can reach her at

The Latest from Carly Page

British Library confirms customer data was stolen by hackers, with outage expected to last ‘months’

The British Library has told customers that their personal data may have been stolen during a recent ransomware attack that knocked the library’s systems and website offline for the past month.

Okta admits hackers accessed data on all customers during recent breach

U.S. access and identity management giant Okta says hackers stole data about all of its customers during a recent breach of its support systems, despite previously stating that only a fraction of cust

Europol arrest hackers allegedly behind string of ransomware attacks

Europol and its international law enforcement partners have arrested five individuals who authorities accuse of involvement in a string of ransomware attacks affecting more than 1,800 victims worldwid

Cyberattack on legal tech provider causing widespread disruption to UK law firms

CTS, a U.K.-based provider of managed IT services for law firms and the professional services industry, is experiencing a cybersecurity incident that is causing ongoing widespread disruption across th

North Korea-backed hackers target CyberLink users in supply-chain attack

North Korean state-backed hackers are distributing a malicious version of a legitimate application developed by CyberLink, a Taiwanese software maker, to target downstream customers. Microsoft’s Thr

British Library confirms data stolen during ransomware attack

The British Library, the national library of the United Kingdom and one of the world’s largest libraries, has confirmed that a ransomware attack led to the theft of internal data. In late Octobe

Hackers accessed sensitive health data of more than 8 million Welltok patients

Hackers accessed the personal data of more than 8 million people by exploiting a security vulnerability in a file transfer tool used by Welltok, the healthcare platform owned by Virgin Pulse. Welltok,

Healthcare startups scramble to assess fallout after Postmeds data breach hits millions of patients

More than 2 million people across the United States will receive notice that their personal and sensitive health information was stolen earlier this year during a cyberattack at Postmeds, the parent c

Samsung says hackers accessed customer data during year-long breach

Samsung has admitted that hackers accessed the personal data of U.K.-based customers during a year-long breach of its systems. In a statement to TechCrunch, Samsung spokesperson Chelsea Simpson, repre

Digital pharmacy startup Truepill says hackers accessed sensitive data of 2.3 million patients

Truepill, a digital health startup that provides pharmacy fulfillment services for healthcare organizations, has confirmed that hackers accessed the personal data of more than 2.3 million patients. In

Hackers are exploiting ‘CitrixBleed’ bug in the latest wave of mass cyberattacks

Security researchers say hackers are mass-exploiting a critical-rated vulnerability in Citrix NetScaler systems to launch crippling cyberattacks against big-name organizations worldwide. These cyberat

SysAid warns customers to patch after ransomware gang caught exploiting new zero-day flaw

Software maker SysAid is warning customers that hackers linked to a notorious ransomware gang are exploiting a newly discovered vulnerability in its widely used IT service automation software. SysAid

OpenAI blames DDoS attack for ongoing ChatGPT outage

OpenAI has confirmed that a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is behind “periodic outages” affecting ChatGPT and its developer tools. ChatGPT, OpenAI’s AI-powered chatbot, has been exp

Sumo Logic urges customers to reset API keys following security breach

Sumo Logic, a U.S.-based cloud data analytics and log analysis company, is urging users to reset API keys after discovering a security breach. In a security notice published this week, Sumo Logic conf

Malwarebytes makes B2B unit spin-off official, launches ThreatDown

U.S.-based cybersecurity giant Malwarebytes today launched ThreatDown, a new brand that encompasses its business software portfolio and B2B-focused unit, the company confirmed to TechCrunch. Earlier t

US sanctions Russian accused of laundering Ryuk ransomware funds

The U.S. government has sanctioned a Russian national for allegedly laundering millions of dollars’ worth of victim ransom payments on behalf of individuals linked to the notorious Ryuk ransomwa

Boeing confirms ‘cyber incident’ after ransomware gang claims data theft

Aerospace giant Boeing has confirmed that it is dealing with a “cyber incident,” days after the company was listed on the leak site of the LockBit ransomware gang. In a statement given to TechCrun

Do government sanctions against ransomware groups work?

Atlassian urges customers to take ‘immediate action’ to protect against data-loss security bug

Australian software giant Atlassian has warned of a critical security flaw that could lead to “significant data loss” for customers, just weeks after state-backed hackers targeted its products

With its exit from Russia complete, Group-IB plans its US expansion

In just a few weeks, Group-IB will be celebrating its twentieth birthday. It’s a momentous occasion for the controversy-marred threat intelligence company, which helps organizations and governments
Load More