JP Morgan says 76 Million households affected by data breach
MILWAUKEE-- JP Morgan Chase and Company revealed in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Tuesday 76 Million households and 7 million small businesses had their contact information compromised in a recent security breach.
A JP Morgan Chase spokesperson told CBS 58, the company has 80 Chase bank branches in Wisconsin.
According to the SEC filing, user contact information-- including name, address, phone number, and e-mail address have been compromised.
JP Morgan also revealed in the filings, there is no evidence that shows account numbers, passwords, user IDs, birth dates, or Social Security numbers were stolen in the breach.
In a statement to its customers, JP Morgan officials said they have seen no fraudulent activity related to the incident.
Officials also said they do not believe it is necessary for customers to change their passwords or account information after the incident.