T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert has issued a statement apologizing for the recent hack that compromised tens of millions of user accounts.
It’s been a bad week for wireless companies and their subscribers, with data for 70 million AT&T customers reportedly for sale online.
T-Mobile has provided additional details from its investigation of its recent data breach, sharing that over 40 million people’s records were stolen.
London-based Pearson, a company specializing in educational publishing, has agreed to a $1 million settlement with the SEC over a data breach.
T-Mobile has confirmed it has suffered a data breach following reports that information for 100 million customers is for sale online.
A hacker is claiming to have obtained data for some 100 million T-Mobile customers and is trying to sell it.
The University of Kentucky has sent out a letter disclosing a data breach impacting some 355,000 individuals.
McDonald’s now joins an ever-growing list of major companies impacted by data breaches.
Volkswagen has disclosed a data breach with one of its vendors, impacting some 3.3 million North American customers and prospective buyers.