T-Mobile- Secuity Breach
T-Mobile US has settled litigation in connection with a cyberattack from in the year 2000.
The company agreed to spend $350million in addition to spending another $150 million to improve data security.
T-Mobile- Company Agreed
T-Mobile- Settlement Proposed
The settlement proposed in the federal court of Kansas City, Missouri, requires the approval of a judge.
T-Mobile revealed the breach in month in August. At first, 47 million current, past and potential customers.
T-Mobile- Potential Customers
T-Mobile announced that its probe revealed 26 million customers with personal data that was leaked.
T-Mobile- Announced Probe
T-Mobile has denied all wrongdoings, specifically, denying claims that it did not have adequate security of data.
The company claims that the data contained names, addresses, birth dates driver's license details.
T-Mobile- Data Revealed
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Friday's settlement included all of the nation's litigation, which included at least 44 class-action lawsuits.
T-Mobile- Actions & Lawsuits
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