More Epsilon fall out

More fall out from the Epsilon data breach – this time it’s Dell Australia:

An Important Message from Dell Australia

Dell’s global email service provider, Epsilon, recently informed us that their email system was exposed to unauthorised entry. As a result, your email address, and your first name and last name may have been accessed by an unauthorised party. Epsilon took immediate action to close the vulnerability and notify US law enforcement officials.

Whilst no credit card, banking or other personally identifiable information was involved, we felt it was important to let you know that your email address may have been accessed. While we hope that you will not be affected, we recommend that you be alert to suspicious emails requesting your personal information.

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Again not the best news to receive, but again be careful, be safe

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