Cable & Internet Services: A Cable &adl Cable & adl is the largest cable and internet provider in Canada, with over 25 million subscribers. It provides high-speed broadband services to over 3.4 million homes and businesses. It also owns and operates a large network of mobile broadband towers and broadband satellite internet service. But this year, the company has been hit by a data breach that has resulted in the theft of more than 7 million credit card numbers, passwords, and other personal information, and an investigation by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) into a possible cybercrime ring. Read more.
Comcast’s response: The company says it is working to restore the information and is working with federal and provincial authorities to protect its network.
“We continue to work closely with law enforcement to investigate the breach and will share additional information as it becomes available,” it said in a statement.
We are taking this action to help us protect our networks from future cybersecurity threats.” “
As a result, we are halting the use of some of our devices and software, and have begun testing a software update to protect customers.
We are taking this action to help us protect our networks from future cybersecurity threats.”
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the breach came from a server at the Comcast Centre in Toronto that was used to store information for the company’s online advertising platform, which is one of the major sources of revenue for the cable and Internet provider.
Comcast told the Journal that the information stolen was stored in the company, and that it was notified in August.
According to the WSJ, the hackers were able to obtain credit card data, passwords and other sensitive information from the servers, including customer details and credit card statements.
“Comcast is committed to protecting the information of our customers and our network and will work closely to investigate this matter and restore the stolen data,” the company said.
“It is our policy not to comment on ongoing investigations.”
According in the WSJC report, Comcast had already begun an investigation into the breach, but it was unclear how much information had been accessed.
“Based on the information we have learned, we believe that the data may have been accessed in October 2017,” the cable company said in its statement.
The company has also said that it had no plans to close any of its online advertising platforms, but that it will be investigating how the breach was discovered.
It’s not the first time the company in recent months has faced cyberattacks.
Last year, a hacker group called “Operation Backfire” launched attacks on Comcast websites and a variety of other online services, including Gmail, its website and mobile applications.
According in an investigation conducted by the Washington Post, the attack targeted a number of servers in Europe, including the Comcast Center, which was in Canada.
The hackers gained access to the company servers, but Comcast said it was not aware of any personal data being accessed.