A Delaware company that provides business, legal and brand services is notifying several thousand California residents that their personally identifiable information was stolen by hackers who accessed the company’s network.
The Corporation Service Company sent a notice through legal representatives on Thursday to the California attorney general’s office informing it of the incident along with a copy of the letter it is sending to 5,678 affected customers. California law requires organizations to send such notifications to any resident whose data is accessed by an unauthorized party.
It’s not clear from the notice if the incident affected customers outside of California. CSC — which says Fortune 500 companies, law firms and large banks are among its clients — did not respond to a request for comment.
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