Feb. 3, 2024, 1:08 p.m. | SC Staff

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Major U.S. cloud software provider Blackbaud has agreed to bolster its security defenses and remove unneeded customer data from its systems to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission alleging the company's several security failings that resulted in a massive ransomware attack in 2020, reports BleepingComputer.

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