Data of 27 Million Texas Drivers Compromised in Breach

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November 16, 2020
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An unauthorized person apparently gained access to a database of insurance software firm Vertafore earlier this year and compromised the driver's license data of over 27 million Texas citizens, the company detailed this week. The possibility that a system vulnerability does not exist could mean the data was obtained through a database configuration error, says Tim Wade, Vectra's technical director of the CTO team.

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