A Capital One ATM on the streets of Manhattan. (Photo: Roman Tiraspolsky/Shutterstock) A Capital One ATM on the streets of Manhattan. (Photo: Roman Tiraspolsky/Shutterstock)

Earlier this week, Capital One Financial Corp. announced a breach impacting the personal information of approximately 100 million people in the United States and 6 million in Canada. The list of impacted data included names, addresses, credit scores, Social Security numbers and bank balances.

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Frank Ready

Frank Ready is a reporter on the tech desk at ALM Media. He can be reached at [email protected].