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Whoops! They Did It Again: T-Mobile's Latest Data Breach Is A Doozy

10 September 2021

Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby

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Well, it happened again. For the fifth time in three years,
T-Mobile, the nation's second-largest wireless carrier, has
suffered a data breach that exposed highly sensitive personal
information, affecting some 53 million current and past customers,
as well as others who may have applied for T-Mobile accounts and
were denied. Most alarmingly, it appears T-Mobile wasn't aware
that it had been hacked and the hackers claim to have already sold
the first batch of data.

This 11-minute podcast with Kevin DiLallo, a Partner at LB3, and TC2's
Joe Schmidt takes a
closer look at how this hack may influence how your enterprise
conducts its business and offers up some much-needed guidance to
help you protect your company and your data.

If you would like to learn more about our experience in this
space, please visit our Mobility Services -
In-Country, Regional, Global
and Success Stories webpages.

Originally published 24 August 2021

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