Friday, May 24, 2024

LeSlipFrancais Data Breach: Customers’ Personal Information Exposed

LeSlipFrancais, the renowned French underwear brand, has confirmed a data breach impacting its customer base.

The breach, first reported by the online security platform Have I Been Pwned, has compromised the sensitive personal information of thousands of customers.

The breach has reportedly affected over 100,000 customers, making it one of the most significant data breaches in the retail sector this year.

The exact number is still being determined as the company works with cybersecurity experts to assess the full extent of the exposure.

Free Live Webinar for DIFR/SOC Teams: Securing the Top 3 SME Cyber Attack Vectors - Register Here.

Types of Personal Information Exposed

The information accessed by unauthorized parties includes a range of personal data, which is particularly concerning for customers.

The exposed data encompasses:

  • Full names
  • Email addresses
  • Postal addresses
  • Phone numbers
  • Purchase histories

Most alarmingly, it has been reported that encrypted passwords and, in some cases, partial credit card information may also have been compromised.

However, the company assures that the encryption methods used for passwords are robust, reducing the risk of decryption.

Company’s Response

LeSlipFrancais has been swift in its response to the breach.

In a statement released to the public, the company expressed its deep regret over the incident and assured customers that immediate steps were being taken to secure their data and prevent future breaches.

The response plan includes:

  • Immediate activation of a comprehensive security overhaul to identify and rectify the breach’s source.
  • Collaboration with leading cybersecurity experts to enhance existing security measures.
  • Direct communication with affected customers, guiding them to protect their personal information and offer credit monitoring services to those impacted.

Furthermore, LeSlipFrancais has pledged transparency throughout the process and is working closely with law enforcement agencies to investigate the breach.

The company has also established a dedicated hotline and support page for customers seeking assistance or information regarding the breach.

As the investigation continues, LeSlipFrancais faces restoring trust with its customers.

The breach serves as a stark reminder of the ever-present threats in the digital landscape and the importance of robust cybersecurity measures.

Customers are advised to remain vigilant, change their passwords, and monitor their accounts for any unusual activity.

LeSlipFrancais has reiterated its commitment to customer privacy and security, promising to take all necessary steps to protect personal information and prevent future breaches.

In the wake of this incident, the digital community is once again reminded of the critical importance of data security and the need for continuous vigilance in protecting personal information.

Looking to Safeguard Your Company from Advanced Cyber Threats? Deploy TrustNet to Your Radar ASAP


Latest articles

Hackers Weaponizing Microsoft Access Documents To Execute Malicious Program

In multiple aggressive phishing attempts, the financially motivated organization UAC-0006 heavily targeted Ukraine, utilizing...

Microsoft Warns Of Storm-0539’s Aggressive Gift Card Theft

Gift cards are attractive to hackers since they provide quick monetization for stolen data...

Kinsing Malware Attacking Apache Tomcat Server With Vulnerabilities

The scalability and flexibility of cloud platforms recently boosted the emerging trend of cryptomining...

NSA Releases Guidance On Zero Trust Maturity To Secure Application From Attackers

Zero Trust Maturity measures the extent to which an organization has adopted and implemented...

Chinese Hackers Stay Hidden On Military And Government Networks For Six Years

Hackers target military and government networks for varied reasons, primarily related to spying, which...

DNSBomb : A New DoS Attack That Exploits DNS Queries

A new practical and powerful Denial of service attack has been discovered that exploits...

Malicious PyPI & NPM Packages Attacking MacOS Users

Cybersecurity researchers have identified a series of malicious software packages targeting MacOS users.These...
Divya is a Senior Journalist at GBhackers covering Cyber Attacks, Threats, Breaches, Vulnerabilities and other happenings in the cyber world.

Free Webinar

Live API Attack Simulation

94% of organizations experience security problems in production APIs, and one in five suffers a data breach. As a result, cyber-attacks on APIs increased from 35% in 2022 to 46% in 2023, and this trend continues to rise.
Key takeaways include:

  • An exploit of OWASP API Top 10 vulnerability
  • A brute force ATO (Account Takeover) attack on API
  • A DDoS attack on an API
  • Positive security model automation to prevent API attacks

Related Articles