The identity management company now says that a report containing every support customer’s name and email address was stolen in a hack from two months ago:
While we do not have direct knowledge or evidence that this information is being actively exploited, we have notified all our customers that this file is an increased security risk of phishing and social engineering.
Not a good look for Okta, which is entrusted with securing thousands of major companies worldwide, including T-Mobile, Sonos, and OpenAI.
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