T-Mobile CEO calls latest data breach ‘humbling,’ claims it’s committed to security
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T-Mobile CEO calls latest data breach ‘humbling,’ claims it’s committed to security

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A recent T-Mobile data breach coughed up the information of more than 50 million people, including some who aren’t current customers or never were. The 21-year-old hacker who says they’re responsible for the attack already did an interview with the Wall Street Journal calling its security “awful,” and now CEO Mike Sievert is speaking out.

This is T-Mobile’s fifth incident in four years

Sievert says he’s taking a moment to update us now that the breach is contained and the investigation is “substantially complete.” “Keeping our customers’ data safe is a responsibility we take incredibly seriously and preventing this type of event from happening has always been a top priority of ours,” he writes.

It’s true that these attacks happen to many…

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