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Exposure to cyber crime

Hacker in Hoodie Against Global Map

Community Health Systems Professional Services Corporation (CHSPSC) is settling a suit consolidating a number of class actions about a data breach in its systems in April and June 2014. The breach is believed to have been perpetrated by an Advanced Persistent Threat group originating in China.

Experian Building

Experian is putting aside $22 million to settle a class action regarding a data breach that took place in September 2015. The complaint alleged that Experian did not take adequate precautions to prevent the data breach, which exposed the personal information of approximately 15 million T-Mobile customers who applied for services or device financing through September 16, 2015.

A Noodle Dish at Zippy's

FCH Enterprises, Inc. owns Zippy’s Restaurant, Napoleon’s Bakery, Kahala Sushi, Pearl City Sushi, and Pomaika’I Ballrooms, all in Hawaii. This class action alleged that FCH allowed a data breach that exposed credit and debit card information between November 23, 2017 and March 29, 2018.

Silhouettes of People Using Facebook

Facebook, Inc. has again exposed the personal information of users, this time in a data breach announced on September 28, 2018. The complaint for this class action claims that the company’s “lax security practices” led to the breach, which exposed information pertaining to some thirty million Facebook users.

Wendy's Logo

Wendy’s will pay more than $3 million to settle a class action alleging it was at fault when the point-of-sale systems at certain of its franchised restaurants were breached between 2015 and 2016. The malware used in the breach permitted the hackers to obtain customer payment card information.

GameStop Store Interior

GameStop Corporation has agreed to a settlement in a class action about a cyber attack on its computer systems that occurred sometime between August 10, 2016 and February 9, 2017.

Anthem Building

Anthem announced in February 2015 that it had been the target of a data breach that exposed the personal information of roughly 79 million people.

Sonic Drive-In Sign

Sonic acknowledges that it experienced a data breach that exposed the PII, credit card numbers, and other information of approximately five million customers that could allow criminals to make fraudulent charges to their accounts. The complaint for this class action alleges that it was Sonic’s negligence that enabled the data breach. Other chains, such as Wendy’s and Chipotle, have experienced data breaches recently which the complaint alleges should have put Sonic on notice. However, the complaint alleges, the system Sonic was using was in fact thirty years old, and while the company was working to update it, some locations were still on the old system.

image of advance auto parts store

On March 7, 2016, Advance Auto Parts was the victim of a phishing attack, resulting in the disclosure of personally identifiable information (PII) concerning current and former Advanced Auto Parts employees. An outside third party obtained unauthorized access to employee PII through a phishing-type attack by posing as an employee.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that MAPCO was negligent in failing to prevent the May 2013 data breach and therefore violated the law.

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