The Data Breach Blog
Starwood Hotels reported that malware implanted on the point-of-sale systems at several of its properties may have exposed customer credit card data.
A lawsuit alleges that the office of Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp released personal identifying information of Georgia voters to 12 organizations.
The North Caroline DHHS has announced a second email incident that affected more than 500 patients.
Comcast is resetting nearly 200,000 of customer passwords after their account information was spotted being for sale on a dark web site.
The U.K.-based online photo postcard service Touchnote has notified its registered customers that the company has been hacked and some personal information has possibly been compromised.
The Utah State Office of Education discovered student information was compromised over the last six years.
Yellowfront Grocery in Damariscotta, Maine, notified its customers via Facebook that it had experienced a POS breach.
An encrypted company laptop containing the information was stolen from a Schlage employee's vehicle at an offsite location.
Malware was identified on the payment card system at The Commons Hotel, and payment card data may have been compromised.
The incident involved incident involving workers' compensation and other damage claims submitted to Salt Lake County in Utah.
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