Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. was among numerous companies affected by a massive e-mail breach at Epsilon, the Irving, Tex.-based multichannel marketing services firm.
Epsilon, which sends 40 billion e-mails annually on behalf of more than 2,500 clients, said customer information from 2 percent of its clients was compromised in a data breach, which was detected March 30. The information that was obtained was limited to e-mail addresses and/or customer names only. An assessment showed that no other personal identifiable information was at risk. A spokeswoman for Epsilon said she couldn’t comment further while the company conducts an investigation and cooperates with authorities.
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