Marriott has downsized its original estimate on a major data breach, but the number of people affected is still historic.
hotel group announced Friday that it now believes hackers accessed the
records of up to 383 million guests, following an investigation it
conducted with a forensics and analytics team. In November, it had reported an estimate of as many as 500 million guests.
Even at that lower figure, the Marriott incident remains one of the largest personal data breaches in history, more than double that of Equifax, which exposed the personal data of 147.7 million American. Data breaches have become a common issue for massive companies that collect and store information on millions of people. In 2018, tech giants like Facebook and Reddit have fallen victim to data breaches.
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