Cannabis Dispensaries, Customers Exposed In Data Breach

Law360 (January 23, 2020, 6:35 PM EST) -- Tens of thousands of cannabis customers and at least three dispensaries were exposed to a massive data breach that left sensitive personal information and business records unsecured and unencrypted, according to cybersecurity researchers.

The data gleaned from cannabis software provider THSuite included identifying details on customers, such as email addresses, phone numbers and scanned copies of government IDs, along with granular data on the dispensaries' inventory and sales, according to a Wednesday report on vpnmentor.com by researchers who accessed the data to test its vulnerability.

The report's authors identified three exposed dispensaries — AmediCanna Dispensary, Bloom Medicinals and Colorado Grow Co. —...

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