Variations of so-called email access scams have become a $5.3 billion problem affecting businesses and consumers in all sectors, the FBI warned in a May public service announcement.
On September 8, 2017, Equifax revealed that they suffered a massive data breach, with approximately 143 million records compromised, including social security numbers, first and last names, birth dates, addresses, and more in some cases.
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On Wednesday, a data breach at drive-in food chain Sonic jeopardized the security of credit cards from up to 5 million customers, whose accounts are being “peddled in shadowy underground cybercrime stores,” website Krebs on Security informed.
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Maybe you were affected by the Equifax data breach. Maybe you weren't. Either way, experts say, it's time to start looking ahead, to the inevitable next hack.
Exposed data includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and in some cases, driver's license numbers, Equifax said in its announcement. The breach also compromised credit card numbers for 209,000 consumers, and dispute documents with personal identifying information for 182,000 consumers.
An estimated 143 million consumers could be affected by the Equifax data breach. Next steps include monitoring accounts and weighing credit freezes.
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