Capital One said Monday personal information, including Social Security and Bank Account Numbers, more than 100 million people were compromised in a massive data theft.
Paige A. Thompson is accused of stealing data from Capital One of the biggest data breaches ever, according to USA TODAY research.
The FBI arrested Thompson's Monday for the theft, which occurred between March 12 and July 17, court records show. Social Security and Bank Account Numbers
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The bank said Personal information includes names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth and self-reported income. About 1
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Credit scores, limits, balances and fragments of transaction data from a total of 23 days during 2016 , 2017 and 2018. "
Capital One said that" 100 million individuals in the United States and about 6 million in Canada "were affected.
The breach was discovered on July 19 and the
"While I am grateful that the perpetrator has been caught, I Richard D. Fairbank, Capital One's Chairman and CEO, in a statement. Last week, Equifax reached a deal with the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 50 states on the 2017 breach that affected approximately 147 million Americans.
The deal calls for Equifax to pay at least $ 575 million, including $ 300 million for free credit monitoring services, $ 175 million to states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico and $ 100 million in penalties to the CFPB.
And Monday, the Los Angeles Police Department reported a data breach exposing thousands of officers and applicants.
incident is expected to cost between $ 100 to $ 150 million in 2019. 
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