|Headline||Nissan mistakenly publishes internal information|
Nissan North America – the Japanese brand’s subsidiary for the US and Canada – mistakenly published the source code of its mobile applications and other internal tools used by the brand’s employees in the region. Researcher Tillie Kottmann found, in addition to the above, parts of the diagnostic software of the official workshops, access to the internal portals of distribution and logistics and even marketing tools. The cause of the leak was an error – on the part of the brand – in the configuration of the server hosting this information, demonstrating the potential consequences of not having adequate cybersecurity training for employees.
|Company||Nissan North America|
|Type of company||Automotive Manufacturer|
|Data / Life||Data|
|Recognized by brand||Sí|