Epsilon Breach: Here’s Which Companies’ Email Lists Have Been Exposed

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Email marketing provider Epsilon recently revealed that “a subset of Epsilon clients’ customer data” has been exposed.

As “the world’s largest permission-based email marketing provider” with a roster of more than 2,500 big-name clients, the subset of data includes “email addresses and/or customer names,” as the original press release reported, which are now out in the wild.

An Epsilon spokesperson told Reuters that the company “can’t confirm any impacted or non-impacted clients, or provide a list (of companies) at this point in time,” but here’s a list of the companies that have reportedly had customer data exposed so far:

– 1-800-Flowers

– AbeBooks

– Ameriprise Financial

– Barclays Bank of Delaware

– Best Buy

– Brookstone

– Capital One Financial

– Citigroup

– The College Board

– Disney Destinations

– Hilton Honors

– Home Shopping Network

– JPMorgan Chase

– Kroger

– L.L. Bean

– Marriott Rewards

– McKinsey & Company

– New York & Company

– OfficeTeam/Robert Half

– Ritz-Carlton Rewards

– Target


– TiVo

– U.S. Bank

– Verizon

– Walgreens

We’ll continue to update this list as more companies get added.

Additional reporting via: SecurityWeek, Reuters, News 13, Telegraph

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