Run Website Leaks Info Of 11700 Medical Marijuana Dispensary Applicants

Run Website Leaks Info Of 11700 Medical Marijuana Dispensary Applicants

The applications included the person's full name, social security number, home address, citizenship, height, weight, race, eye and hair color.

December 28, 2016, the Nevada State Medical Marijuana Program became aware that application information about people with medical marijuana agent cards, such as employees and owners of medical marijuana establishments, has been disclosed.

The unsecured database, discovered by medical-industry security researcher Justin Schafer, remains exposed a week after the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH), which operates the portal, brought the system back online after a security "problem" forced the agency to take it down December 8. Nevada legalized medical marijuana in 2000.

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"The entire portal has been taken down", said Cody Phinney, division administrator, in a prepared statement. We appreciate everyone's patience during this hard time.

Nevada may have legalized recreational marijuana use, but that doesn't mean the state has made it easy for dispensaries. What is all the more concerning is the sheer amount of information that was held insecurely about applicants; in each case there was an eight-page document packed with personal details.

Mr. Schafer said he discovered the bug after a simple Google search Tuesday evening resulted in him stumbling upon a trove of unsecured data maintained by the state's Medical Marijuana Program. If it can happen to a government agency, it can happen to anyone in the industry. The US state might have published a lot of your personal information online. Physical security like surveillance cameras are fresh on the brain, but computer security not so much. These companies and government entities need to hire my buddy Jay!