EWTN reports security breach of 425 employees’ data

It’s been a rough patch for EWTN Global Catholic Network. Last week, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against them in their appeal of ACA’s mandate  requiring employer-sponsored health plans to provide coverage for contraception, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs. The very next evening, they discovered they’d suffered a data breach involving all their U.S. employees after an employee fell for some social engineering. 

Greg Garrison reports:

EWTN Global Catholic Network has issued a statement reporting a breach of data revealing employee information. The breach is under investigation and EWTN is cooperating with federal investigators, CEO Michael Warsaw said in a statement released today.

“On Friday evening, February 19, EWTN became aware of a data breach by which we believe a third party obtained access to copies of the 2015 W-2 income and tax withholding statements for all EWTN employees in the United States.

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