Quora, the crowdsourced question and answer website has announced that 100 million user accounts have been compromised.
Marriott and Starwood properties have announced that the personal data of up to 500 million of their customers has been compromised.
Facebook has announced that 50 million accounts may have been breached. While Facebook does not currently know whether any personal data had been accessed by hackers, or if the breach allowed hackers to take over accounts, Facebook does acknowledge that it is possible and that it is looking into it.
T-Mobile has announced that hackers have stolen the personal data of around 2 million of its customers. While passwords, credit card numbers, and Social Security numbers were not stolen, personal information including usernames, billing zip codes, phone numbers, email addresses, account numbers, and whether customers prepaid or postpaid their...
Panera Bread has acknowledged that their online ordering system was the subject of a data leak. Customer information including names, email addresses, home addresses, birth dates and the final four payment card digits was compromised. The breach was first discovered in August 2017 and was fixed in April 2018....
On April 1, 2018, Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue announced that their luxury clothing stores were the subject of a data breach. The data breach is believed to have compromised 5 million customers’ payment card information. Shoppers who used a credit or debit card at...
The fitness and diet tracking app, MyFitnessPal, recently announced that it was the subject of a 150 million account data breach.
The travel booking website Orbitz announced that 880,000 payment cards were hacked in a breach that spanned almost two years.
Sonic Drive-In announced that nearly 3,600 of its locations were subject to a point-of-sale data breach. This breach is believed to have affected up to 5 million of its customers’ credit card numbers.
Credit reporting company Equifax announced that it was the subject of a massive data breach on September 7, 2017. An estimated 143 million consumers may have had their personally identifiable information compromised.It appears that Equifax’s records were breached from mid-May through July 2017.