This case (1029115) in which a data breach of legacy travel agency websites may have exposed payment information is documented in Advisen’s Cyber Loss Data
On March 20, 2018, Orbitz disclosed news of a data breach that 880,000 payment cards were accessed from one of its old websites. It stated that it may have been hacked sometime between October 1 2017 and December 22 2017. This is according to Engadget. The current Orbitz.com website was allegedly not compromised by the hack.
The data breach is said to have revealed name, address, payment card details, birth date, telephone, email, and gender provided to Orbitz by consumers and business partners. It was noted that Social Security data was not stolen, though.
Orbitz is providing those affected by the data breach with a year of credit monitoring as well as identity protection service in countries where the service is offered.
At the time of writing, Expedia owns Orbitz.
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