DATA BREACH INVESTIGATIONS
eBay Data Breach
Investigating a breach of customer data at ebay. ebay asked over 100 million of its users to change their passwords after confirming a data breach affected some of its users. If you are an eBay user and have received such a notification from eBay, please contact us.
AOL Data Breach
Investigating a breach of customer data at AOL. AOL asked millions of its users to change their passwords and security questions after confirming a data breach affected some of its users. AOL stated that the breach "involved unauthorized access to AOL's network and systems," providing access to mail addresses, postal addresses, address book contact information, encrypted passwords, and encrypted answers. If you have received such a notification from AOL, please contact us.
LaCie Data Breach
Investigating a breach of customer data at Computer hard drive and monitor maker LaCie. LaCie, owned by Seagate Technology PLC, said in a statement that the FBI told the company March 19 that it found indications that someone used malware to gain access to information from customer transactions that were made through LaCie’s website.
It is alleged that the information that may have been accessed by the unauthorized person includes name, address, email address, payment card number and card expiration date for transactions made between March 27, 2013 and March 10, 2014. If you have received such a notification from Target, please contact us.
Target Data Breach
Investigating a potential class action lawsuit related to a recent data breach at Target. It has been reported that information from approximately 40 million debit and credit cards that were used to make transactions between November 27 and December 15 at Target stores was compromised. Target will soon begin providing notice to consumers who were potentially affected by the breach. If you have received such a notification from Target, please contact us.
Neiman Marcus Data Breach
Investigating a breach of customer data at Neiman Marcus stores following the chain’s disclosure on January 13, 2014, that its Point of Sale (POS) system and over 1 million debit and credit cards may have been compromised. The company disclosed that hackers installed malicious software on its systems, and stole customer card information from July 16, 2013, to Oct. 30, 2013. If you have received a notification from Neiman Marcus, please contact us.