Glovo customers and couriers had their data put at risk in a cyberattack confirmed by the $2 billion Amazon rival. Evgen Kotenko/ Ukrinform/Barcroft Media via Getty ImagesA cybercriminal has managed to break into the $2 billion-valued Spanish delivery startup Glovo. He discovered screenshots and videos from a hacker showing off access to the computers used to manage Glovo accounts. “On April 29, we were made aware of unauthorized access by a malicious third party actor to one of our systems,” a spokesperson said. A Glovo spokesperson said the data was “only accessible via a successful log-in by an account with sufficient permissions.
Source: Forbes May 04, 2021 10:21 UTC