Yahoo agrees to $50 million breach settlement, victims eligible for compensation

Yahoo agreed to pay a $50 million settlement and provide two years of credit monitoring services to 200 million people whose information was compromised in the 2013-2014 breach.

The incident wasn’t reported until 2016 and Yahoo has agreed to pay a portion of the settlement to compensate account holders with issues arising from the breach at a rate of $25 per hour for time spent dealing with issues arising from the  incident, according to the San Francisco Gate.

Please register to continue.

Already registered? Log in.

Once you register, you’ll receive:

  • News analysis

    The context and insight you need to stay abreast of the most important developments in cybersecurity. CISO and practitioner perspectives; strategy and tactics; solutions and innovation; policy and regulation.

  • Archives

    Unlimited access to nearly 20 years of SC Media industry analysis and news-you-can-use.

  • Daily Newswire

    SC Media’s essential morning briefing for cybersecurity professionals.

  • Learning Express

    One-click access to our extensive program of virtual events, with convenient calendar reminders and ability to earn CISSP credits.


Next post in Cybercrime

Next Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Login to your account below

Fill the forms bellow to register

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.