UPDATED: The number of companies that was affected by the attack on online marketing firm Epsilon Data Management has continued to grow, virtually by the hour. Many retailers, banks and other firms sent out notification letters to their customers on Monday, and to help you keep track of who’s affected, we’ve compiled a list of known companies victimized by the Epsilon attack.
There are likely to be even more companies that send out breach notification letters in the coming days, so check back for updates. If you know of others, please leave them in the comments section. One note: There are a number of companies whose customers are affected because they work with a third-party provider to issue a private label credit card. One of the providers that was affected was Alliance Data, Epsilon’s parent company, which manages private-label cards for dozens of companies. Here is a list of companies known to have been affected so far:
Ann Taylor credit card (provided by WFNNB)
Barclay’s Bank of Delaware (this breach affects customers of several private-label Visa credit cards, including BJ’s and L.L. Bean)
Food 4 Less
Hilton Honors program
Home Depot Credit Card (issued by Citibank)
Home Shopping Network
J. Crew credit card (provided by WFNNB)
Marks and Spencer
New York & Co.
The Limited credit card (provided by WFNNB)