Ladders, a popular employment website, has reportedly exposed more than 13.7 million user records due to a cloud misconfiguration. Some of the information leaked included users’ names, postal and email addresses, phone numbers, and detailed employment histories. The data was stored in an Elasticsearch database hosted by Amazon Web Server (AWS), and was not protected by password authentication. Ladders CEO, Marc Cenedella, confirmed the breach. The database was taken offline within an hour of notification. The NJCCIC recommends Ladders users verify their account information and exercise caution when opening Ladders-related emails, as the breached data could be used in social engineering and phishing attempts.