Hackers stole the personal data of some American Airlines employees and customers.
The hackers gained access to the email systems of American Airlines customers and employees through phishing.
At this time, there is no evidence of hackers misusing personal information.
Dallas. American Airlines says hackers stole the personal data of some of its employees and customers after hacking into their emails. American Airlines said Tuesday that there are currently no indications that hackers have misused the personal information of its employees and customers. The airline said the hackers’ activities came to light in July.
The airline declined to say how many people’s personal information or what type of data was stolen. American Airlines spokesman Curtis Blessing said American Airlines was aware of the theft of personal information of its employees and customers. The emails of only a few employees and customers were hacked and their personal information stolen. He said more security measures would be taken to prevent such incidents in the future.
American Airlines says hackers may have stolen data on customers’ names, driver’s license and passport numbers, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth and medical information . According to a report, hackers gained access to the email systems of American Airlines customers and employees through phishing. While the company began telling affected customers about it last week.
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American Airlines says it restored the hacked email accounts and hired a third-party cybersecurity firm to investigate the matter. American Airlines said it was taking more technical measures to prevent similar incidents from occurring. The company also offered identity theft protection coverage for up to two years to customers affected by the hacker’s breach.
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