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T-Mobile CEO apologizes for information break, shares data on future security plans

T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert today wrote a letter to T-Mobile clients saying ‘sorry’ for the new information break that affected in excess of 50 million current, previous, and imminent T-Mobile clients. Information that included names, telephone numbers, addresses, birth dates, government managed retirement numbers, driver’s permit and ID data, IMEI numbers, and IMSI numbers was taken and has been made available for purchase. “We didn’t live up to the expectations we have for ourselves to protect our customers,” wrote Sievert. “Knowing that we failed to prevent this exposure is one…

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T-Mobile has been hacked once more—yet doesn’t have the foggiest idea what was taken

T-Mobile said on Monday that programmers penetrated its inner workers and that organization specialists are currently deciding whether the occurrence includes the burglary of delicate client information. “We have determined that unauthorized access to some T-Mobile data occurred, however we have not yet determined that there is any personal customer data involved,” the company said in a statement. “We have been working around the clock to investigate claims being made that T-Mobile data may have been illegally accessed.” The assertion came a day after Motherboard detailed that a gathering post…

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