Seagate employees in the US have had their social security numbers, salaries, work and home addresses, and other data stolen in a phishing attack.
An employee, most likely high up in the chain of command in HR at the company, was duped by a bogus email requesting W-2 forms of Seagate employees.
On March 1, the conned employee acquiesced the request for W-2 forms in an email purportedly from CEO Stephen Luczo, who said he wanted the data for current and past Seagate employees.
Original Source: TechWeekEurope
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