Jun 292018
 
 June 29, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

Jay Jay writes:

A critical key management error on part of Swann Commumications during the manufacturing stage of two home security cameras caused a major privacy concern after video footage of a family’s home was delivered to a third person’s app.

The privacy breach came to light when Ms. Louisa Lewis, who is a member of the BBC’s staff, received footage of an unknown family’s kitchen on her smartphone app. This was the first time since she started using a Swann security camera that she received footage of someone else’s home on her app.

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