After Capital One, Equifax, Marriott, and the Rest, Just Assume Your Data Has Been Hacked
As a few friends and I were settling a dinner bill last night, I noticed a Capital One credit card peeking out amid a table-full of taco scraps and emptied margarita glasses.
"Uh, oh," I remarked. “Who’s got the Capital One card? Are you pissed?"
The owner revealed himself, yet he was oblivious to the week’s news. I informed him: A hacker had gotten her hands on personal information for more than 100 million of the bank's customers and credit card applicants...