Capital One said on Monday that personal information, including social security number and bank account number, of more than 100 million individuals was compromised in a massive data theft that led to the arrest of a woman in Seattle.
Paige A. Thompson is accused of stealing data from Capital One credit card applications in what is one of the 10 largest data breaches ever, according to USA TODAY research. .
The FBI arrested Thompson on Monday for theft, which occurred between March 12 and July 17, court records show. Among the data allegedly collected from a company's cloud-based server were Social Security and bank account numbers.
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The bank said "the largest category of information" that applicants for credit cards between 2005 and 201
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Other data obtained include credit scores, limits, balances and “fragments of transaction data from a total of 23 days during 2016, 2017 and 2018.”
Capital One said in a press release that “100 million individuals in the United States and about 6 million in Canada ”were affected.
The violation was discovered July 19 and the company said it "immediately fixed the configuration vulnerability that this person exploited and immediately began working with federal law enforcement."
"While I am grateful that the perpetrator has been caught, I am deeply sorry for what has happened," said Richard D. Fairbank, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capital, in a statement. " understandable concern this incident must cause to those affected, and I am committed to doing it right. "
Last week, Equifax reached an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 50 states for 2017 violations affecting approximately 147 Million Americans.
The agreement requires Equifax to pay at least $ 575 million, including $ 300 million for free credit monitoring services, $ 175 million to the states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, and 100 million dollars in penalties to CFPB.
And on Monday, the Los Angeles Police Department reported a data breach that revealed personal information from thousands of officers and applicants.
Capital One said in the release the event is expected to cost between $ 100 and $ 150 million in 2019.
This story is evolving and will be updated.
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