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    Due to the sheer size of the Epsilon Marketing Breach, the list of affected companies grows daily. Here is a list of the affected companies reported so far: # is 65 Read the rest of this entry »
    Epsilon partner ReturnPath – which provides monitoring and authentication services to email service providers – warned customers about a series of coordinated phishing and hacking attacks leveled at the mailing list industry. Epsilon failed to take warning Read the rest of this entry »
    Alliance Data Systems Corporation (NYSE: ADS), parent company of Epsilon, today reaffirmed Epsilon’s previous statement that the unauthorized entry into an Epsilon email system was limited to email addresses and/or customer names only. No personal identifiable information (PII) was compromised, such as social security numbers, credit card numbers or account information. Read the rest of this entry »
    More sites added today to the reported Epsilon Marketing Breach. Read the rest of this entry »
    More sites added today to the reported Epsilon Marketing Breach. Today TIAA-CREF and soccer.com were added. Many Security Experts believe that the Epsilon breach will lead to an increase in “spear phishing” attacks, those that take advantage of known trust relationships between corporations and customers by crafting personalized messages that address recipients by name, thereby increasing the apparent authenticity of the email. Read the rest of this entry »
    On March 30th, an incident was detected where a subset* of Epsilon clients' customer data were exposed by an unauthorized entry into Epsilon's email system. The information that was obtained was limited to email addresses and/or customer names only. A rigorous assessment determined that no other personal identifiable information associated with those names was at risk. A full investigation is currently underway. Read the rest of this entry »
    Many Security Experts believe that the Epsilon breach will lead to an increase in “spear phishing” attacks, those that take advantage of known trust relationships between corporations and customers by crafting personalized messages that address recipients by name, thereby increasing the apparent authenticity of the email. Read the rest of this entry »
    Many Security Experts believe that the Epsilon breach will lead to an increase in “spear phishing” attacks, those that take advantage of known trust relationships between corporations and customers by crafting personalized messages that address recipients by name, thereby increasing the apparent authenticity of the email. Read the rest of this entry »
    Many Security Experts believe that the Epsilon breach will lead to an increase in “spear phishing” attacks, those that take advantage of known trust relationships between corporations and customers by crafting personalized messages that address recipients by name, thereby increasing the apparent authenticity of the email. Read the rest of this entry »
    "On March 30th, an incident was detected where a subset of Epsilon clients' customer data were exposed by an unauthorized entry into Epsilon's email system. The information that was obtained was limited to email addresses and/or customer names only. A rigorous assessment determined that no other personal identifiable information associated with those names was at risk. A full investigation is currently underway," Read the rest of this entry »
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