Hackers Breach Sisense: USAs Largest Companies Data Compromised

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has taken control of the data violations involving the American company Sisense, which specializes in business analytics. This incident has had a significant impact on critical infrastructure.

According to CISA, the compromise of Sisense data was discovered by independent security researcher Brian Krebs, who received a newsletter from Sisense regarding the need to change accounting data. This raised alarm with regulatory authorities. The agency is actively working with private companies to assess the potential damage and develop response measures.

In response to the incident, CISA is urging all Sisense customers to promptly update all accounting data and passwords that may be affected. Both CISA and Sisense are encouraging users to report any suspicious activity related to their accounting data or unauthorized access to Sisense services. The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and further information will be provided as it becomes available.

Sisense, originally founded in Israel in 2004 and currently headquartered in New York, is a software analytics and data analysis developer catering to large companies such as telecommunication companies, airlines, and technological giants. With over 2,000 customers in the past 20 years, including NASDAQ, Zoominfo, Verizon, and Air Canada, Sisense’s technology enables organizations to gather, analyze, and visualize large amounts of corporate data by directly linking to existing technologies and cloud systems.

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