New Jersey-based crypto-financial institution BlockFi confirmed a data breach incident through one of its third-party providers, Hubspot. BlockFi’s proactive warning about the breach is intended to deter malicious intent to reuse user data for fraudulent activity.
According to the announcement, on Friday, March 18, the hackers gained access to BlockFi’s customer data, which was stored on Hubspot, a customer relationship management platform:
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