"BlackBerry Cylance Data Offered for Sale on Dark Web"

BlackBerry is investigating a dark web sale of Cylance data, but the company says the data appears old and not from its systems. Last week, Dark Web Informer reported that a threat actor wants $750,000 for data allegedly belonging to customers, partners, and employees of BlackBerry's Cylance cybersecurity unit. The cybercriminals claim to have 34 million customer and employee emails. They also claim to have Personally Identifiable Information (PII), sales prospects, and user and partner lists. This article continues to discuss the Cylance data being offered for sale on the dark web.

SecurityWeek reports "BlackBerry Cylance Data Offered for Sale on Dark Web"

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