Malicious insiders responsible for Telsa data breach

21/08/2023 | Reuters

The data breach Tesla experienced in May this year was reportedly due to "insider wrongdoing", according to the company's notification on Maine's Attorney General's website. Currently, there is no evidence of data misuse that could cause harm to the 75,000 individuals affected, but the company has still taken measures to notify those who were involved in the breach. 

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