investigating reports of possible
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
, according to its website.
Okta CEO Todd McKinnon
tweeted early Tuesday morning
that the firm believes those screenshots are related to a
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.