Kathryn M. Rattigan of Robinson + Cole writes:
North American IT company Presidio faces a proposed data breach class action by an employee for an incident involving employee data. Eric LaPrairie, a former Presidio employee, received a notice of a data breach from Presidio, and about a month later found out that he was the victim of a SIM swap (a technique in which a hacker uses personal information to swap someone’s telephone number onto a new phone). After the SIM swap, LaPrairie claims the hacker was able to reset some of LaPrairie’s online passwords and attempted to gain access to his bank accounts and other accounts storing personal documents.
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