Cyberattack on debt-buying giant exposes sensitive info on nearly 500,000 people

Jonathan Greig reports:

Nearly half a million people had their sensitive financial information leaked during a cyberattack on NCB Management Services – a company that purchases debt.

The Pennsylvania-based company sent out breach notification letters last week after discovering the attack on February 4.

In documents filed with Maine’s Attorney General, the company said 494,969 people had their names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth, employment positions, pay amounts, driver’s license numbers, Social Security numbers, account numbers, credit card numbers, routing numbers, account balances, and account statuses leaked.

Read more at The Record.

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