SEATTLE (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a woman charged in a massive data breach at Capital One may have hacked more than 30 other organizations.
Paige Thompson, of Seattle, was arrested last month after the FBI said she obtained personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications. There is no evidence the data was sold or distributed to others.
In a memorandum filed ahead of a court hearing Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Seattle said servers found in Thompson’s bedroom contained data stolen from more than 30 unnamed companies, educational institutions and other entities.
Prosecutors said much of that data did not appear to contain personal identifying information. Investigators are still working to identify the affected organizations.
Thompson’s attorney did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment Wednesday.
- Working Capital: Financial options for small companies
- The Term Sheet's Role in Raising Venture Capital
- The Caymen Offshore Company
- Venture Capital Negotiating Issues
- Supporting Plus Sized Mamas in Pregnancy and Birth
- Clothes For Plus Sized Petites--In Search of the Perfect Fit
- Techniques To Improve Human Capital
- Investors, or a Loan: How Do You Know What Type of Capital is Best for Your Business?
- Finding a Venture Capital Firm
- Balance Your Working Capital Needs With A Business Cash Advance