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Epsilon Breach Affects JPMorgan Chase, Capital One

April 4th, 2011 04:38 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Orome1 writes “The recent Play.com breach has been tied to the attack that its marketing communications firm Silverpop — a company that services over 105 customers, among whom are Walgreens and McDonalds — suffered last December. But the latest breach will likely have the biggest impact, because marketing services provider Epsilon — the largest one in the world — has notified its customers of a breach that likely compromised all of their mailing lists. Among Epsilon’s customers are US Bank, JPMorgan Chase, TiVo, Capital One, the Home Shopping Network, LL Bean Visa Card, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, Best Buy, Disney Destinations, Walgreens, and many more.” How many apology emails have you got so far today?

Source: Epsilon Breach Affects JPMorgan Chase, Capital One

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