Modern sock maker, Bombas, recently settled with New York over a credit card breach, agreeing to pay $65,000 in penalties. According to the NYAG, malicious code was injected into Bombas’ Magento ecommerce platform in 2014. The company addressed the issue over the course of 2014 and early 2015, and according to the NYAG, determined that bad actors had accessed customer information (names, addresses and credit card numbers) of almost 40,000 people. While the company notified the payment card companies at the time, it concluded that it did not need to notify impacted individuals because the payment card companies “did not… Continue Reading Bombas Settles with NYAG Over Credit Card Data Breach
Kari M. Rollins is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group and Office Managing Partner of the New York office.