By Ben Canner | solutionsreview.com »
Drizly, a prominent online alcohol delivery startup, suffered from an attack from an external cyber-attack leading to a data breach. According to a company email to customers, an unidentified hacker took customer email addresses, dates-of-birth, passwords, and delivery addresses in some cases. As many as 2.5 million customers may have been affected, and data exposed may also include phone numbers and IP addresses.
hile Drizly claims that the hacker did not steal financial data, a report from TechCrunch disputes that. The article alleges a “dark web marketplace from a well-known seller of stolen data” offered Drizly account information including credit card information; however, TechCrunch could not confirm the veracity of the dark web seller’s claims.
Despite the size of the breach seeming comparatively small, the prominence of the business affected has garnered significant attention from cybersecurity experts. Here’s what they had to say.
What Can Businesses Learn From the Drizly Data Breach?
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