People outside of AT&T Mobility accessed an unknown number of customer Social Security numbers and call records, AT&T has confirmed to PC World.
Between April 9 and April 21, hackers infiltrated at least 500 customer records. It was disclosed to California regulators because of the size of the information theft.
“We recently learned that three employees of one of our vendors accessed some AT&T customer accounts without proper authorization,” the company said in a statement. “We have taken steps to help prevent this from happening again, we are notifying affected customers, and we have reported this matter to law enforcement.”
No other information on the incident was provided by AT&T. Read more …