Capcom says large amounts of 'personal data' may have been compromised in recent hack

Capcom has issued a statement saying that as many as 350,000 “items” of personal information, including names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses may have been compromised in a hack of its internal systems that occurred earlier this month. The company said initially that there was “no indication that any customer information was breached,” but further investigation has revealed that this is not actually the case.

Only nine pieces of personal information have been verified as compromised, five belonging to former employees and four to current employees. The numbers for “potentially compromised data” are much greater, however. Capcom broke it down like this:


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