The company behind many sports and other trading cards, Topps, has disclosed a data breach. According to a notice sent to Topps customers, the company became aware of the breach in mid-October 2016, something that triggered an investigation revealing that ‘one or more intruders’ possibly stole some customer data. That data could include credit and debit card numbers, names, email addresses, and more. Potentially affected customers are those who placed an order with Topps between June 30 and October 12 of last year. According to the company, it hired a security company to boost its system security. While such security will hopefully prevent future breaches, there are still customers left with the fallout of this breach.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Slashgear