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Ticketmaster Data Breach

McShane & Brady is investigating a data breach that was recently announced that affected customers of Ticketmaster.  If you have used Ticketmaster to purchase tickets to events such as concerts, sporting events, etc,  please call our office at 816-888-8010 or use our contact page on our website.

Ticketmaster suffered a data breach, causing it to lose sensitive data of over 560 million users.

A group claiming responsibility for the cyberattack says it has customers’ full names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and order history information including ticket purchase details.

In addition, hackers allegedly have customers’ partial payment data which includes names, the last four digits of their credit card numbers, and card expiration dates.

From service providers, hospitals, healthcare providers, government services, and to insurance companies, proper precautions and training have not been made to secure these records. Once public, your information is out there for everyone to see.  McShane & Brady is leading firm representing those who have affected by a data breach.