Adding to the list of many other municipalities, the city of Pensacola, Florida, was hit with a cyber-attack last weekend that affected services to residents, including emergency telephone assistance. Although Pensacola is recovering, some services are still down, including online bill paying. The city of Pensacola is requesting residents to pay using other methods, including

EyeMed Vision Care, LLC has agreed to settle allegations lodged against it by four state Attorneys General for $2.5 million stemming from a data breach that occurred in 2020 and effected 2.1 million people.

The settlement is with the AGs of Florida, New Jersey, Oregon, and Pennsylvania. The breach occurred when threat actors infiltrated EyeMed’s

RaceDayQuads, a racing drone retailer based in Orlando, Florida, and Tyler Brennan, a drone operator (collectively, Petitioners), filed a Petition for Review of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Remote Identification (Remote ID) Rule for drones with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. This week, the Court ruled in favor of the FAA.

On January 1, 2022, Broward Health, which operates dozens of health care facilities in Broward County, Florida, notified over 1.3 million individuals that a threat actor gained access to and removed data from its system on October 15, 2021. The data exfiltrated and compromised included individuals’ names, addresses, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers, Social

Blackbaud, which suffered a data breach of its customers’ data in a ransomware attack in 2020, in which it admitted paying the ransom in a double extortion attack [view related posts], is facing multiple class action cases following the attack. The cases have been consolidated in multi-district litigation and now comprise 29 cases.

The

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) recently announced that it discovered on July 16, 2021 that its online unemployment benefit system, CONNECT was compromised, potentially affecting personal information of 57,000 accounts.

The information that may have been accessed in the incident includes individuals’ “personal details” including “social security number, driver’s license number, bank account