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Exeon Analytics AG
Grubenstrasse 12
8045 Zürich


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Exeon Analytics AG
Hofackerstrasse 14
CH-8032 Zürich
MWST-Nr.: CHE-196.534.272


Data Breaches
and Cyber Attacks

More than 20 data breaches are reported every day. Not all are significant, but some are extraordinary. As cyber security experts, we have the mandate to remain up to date with cyber crime, which is why we follow the latest data breaches and cyber attacks closely.


45 Million monthly visitors under breach threat

Hackers injected 15 lines of card skimming code on the online retailer's payments page which remained for more than a month between Aug 14 and Sep 18. With over 45m monthly visitors, it's unclear how many customers were breached.


More than 14 Million customer records leaked

A company used by thousands of US state and local governments to accept online payments leaked more than 14m customer records dating back at least six years, including names, addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of the payer’s credit card.

Announcement from the U.S. Department of Justice

Data theft from more than 80 Million customers.

The U.S. Department of Justice announces the indictment and extradition of a Russian hacker accused of participating in the hack of JP Morgan Chase in 2014, leading to the theft of data from over 80 Million customers.

British Airways

380,000 customer data were compromised

Personal and financial details of customers making bookings between Aug 21st and Sep 5th were compromised.


27 Million personal records were stolen

Names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers were stolen.


Estimated 76,5 Million customer data records under breach threat

According to security researchers, WordPress was notified of a security vulnerability over a year ago, but did not address it. No reports have been received which suggest the exploit is being actively used in the wild.

Texas voter records

14,8 Million records left exposed

A single file containing 14.8 million records was left on an unsecured server without a password. Data exposed included name, address, gender, and voting history.


2 Million personal customer data stolen

T-Mobile initially said that personal data was stolen, but no passwords or financial info. They later admitted that encrypted passwords had been stolen.


1,5 Million patient personal details stolen

Hackers stole personal details of 1.5 million patients, as well as the prescription details of 160,000 people, including prime minister Lee Hesien Loong.