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HubSpot Investigating Cyber Attack Following Customer Account Hacks

Marketing and sales software giant HubSpot announced on Friday that it is investigating a cybersecurity incident following reports of customer account hacks.

The company, specializing in customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing automation software, identified the security breach on June 22.

According to Techcrunch, HubSpot’s chief information security officer, Alyssa Robinson, malicious actors targeted a limited number of customers to gain unauthorized access to their accounts.

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“HubSpot triggered our incident response procedures, and since June 22 we have been contacting impacted customers and taking necessary steps to revoke the unauthorized access and protect our customers and their data,” Robinson stated.

The company has not disclosed the exact number of affected accounts but confirmed that the hackers managed to breach fewer than 50 accounts.

HubSpot is actively implementing measures to safeguard its customers and their data.

HubSpot, a U.S.-based company with nearly $30 billion market capitalization, serves over 216,000 corporate clients, including notable names such as Discord, Eventbrite, and Talkspace.

At this stage, the full extent of the incident and the total number of affected customers remain unclear.

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