California workforce platform leaks drivers licenses and medical records

A personnel management software called Prosperix in the US has exposed about 250,000 data. Sensitive information about job applicants, including home addresses and phone numbers, was compromised.

Formerly known as Crowdstaffing, Prosperix describes itself as a “workforce innovation” firm that creates software tools to help companies hire “extraordinary” employees. It cites the companies that have confidence in the company as KPMG, Walmart, NBCUniversal, and Avon.

A misconfigured Amazon AWS bucket was uncovered on May 1st by the Cybernews research team. Approximately 250,000 files were exposed as a result of the misconfiguration read more California workforce platform leaks drivers licenses and medical records.

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