Bailey’s notifies 15,000 online customers of payment card breach

It’s not enough I come across a payment card breach notification with a lot of detail, so I was surprised to read a notification of an e-commerce breach from Bailey’s to the Oregon Attorney General’s Office that provided so much information. Look at the first few paragraphs of the timber harvest gear firm’s notification. It includes the date the compromise started, the date it was detected, the date it was confirmed, the date it was stopped, how the attack occurred, the number of payment card numbers and details acquired, what percent were Mastercard, Visa, etc., and what countries the customers came from:


You can read their entire notification on their web site. The fact that they detected the breach via their own security measures and are so transparent with consumers is impressive.


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