BlockFi Confirms Unauthorized Access to Customer Data

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Today’s Cryptocurrency Headline

Crypto lender BlockFi has confirmed a data breach at one of its third-party providers, Hubspot. Hubspot stores BlockFi’s user data, including names, email addresses and phone numbers. According to the announcement, hackers stole BlockFi’s customer data on March 18. Hubspot has confirmed that an unauthorized third party obtained certain BlockFi customer data deposited on its platform. BlockFi is currently cooperating with Hubspot’s investigation to clarify the overall impact of the data breach. While the exact details of the stolen data have not been identified and disclosed, BlockFi emphasized that data such as passwords, government-issued ID cards and Social Security numbers were never stored on Hubspot.

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