Capcom has confirmed that the personal information of 16,415 people has been compromised as the result of a cyber attack last year.
That small number has now risen to 16,415 business partners, former employees, and current employees, all of whom may have had a variety of personal information exposed.
In a follow-up announcement, however, the publisher said the personal information of a small number of employees including names, addresses, signatures, and passport information had been compromised.
The attack itself took place in November 2020, and initially Capcom said there was no evidence that any customer information had been breached.
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