Capcom has recently been involved in a cyberattack, meaning that the company's personal data may have been compromised.
The attack took place on 2 November and has potentially compromised “maximum of approx. 350,000 items” including names, addresses, phone numbers, birthdates, gender information and email addresses of customers.
Recently, the company has confirmed that personal information of employees past and present, including HR information, may have been compromised alongside sales reports and other financial information. Shareholders’ identification numbers have also been compromised.
Capcom has advised customers to get in contact if they’d like to “inquire about personal information that has potentially been compromised”. Head here for support contacts.