Okta investigating reports of possible digital breach

 Okta spokesperson Chris Hollis told CNN in a statement. "We will provide updates as more information becomes available

The company's software allows businesses to authenticate the identity of their customers and employees. Okta has more than 15,000 customers, according to its website.

Okta CEO Todd McKinnon tweeted early Tuesday morning that the firm believes those screenshots are related to a security incident in January that was contained.

In late January 2022, Okta detected an attempt to compromise the account of a third party customer support engineer working for one of our subprocessors

McKinnon tweeted, referring to a subcontractor that works with Okta. "The matter was investigated and contained by the subprocessor."

Lapsus$ has claimed to have stolen data from several high-profile corporate victims since December.

he group began by focusing on Latin American victims and some security researchers suspect the group is based in Latin America.