Flagstar Bank loses customers’ social security numbers after Accellion attack

Graham Cluley writes:

Things don’t get much worse than having to admit to your employees that a gang of cybercriminals have broken into your infrastructure, stolen the private details (social security numbers, names and home addresses) of your staff, and are demanding that your company pays a ransom before further sensitive data is leaked.

Well, actually they do.

Because what if two weeks later the hacked bank (did I mention it was in the top 75 list of largest banks in the United States?) reveals that the cybercriminals have also managed to exfiltrate sensitive data related to your multiple customers?

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