Vans, North Face owner says ransomware breach affects 35 million people

VF Corporation, the company behind brands like Vans, Timberland, The North Face, Dickies, and Supreme, said that more than 35 million customers had their personal information stolen in a December ransomware attack.

“Based on VF’s preliminary analysis from its ongoing investigation, VF currently estimates that the threat actor stole personal data of approximately 35.5 million individual consumers,” VF Corp said in an 8-K form filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday.

The company disclosed the ransomware attack in a December 15 SEC filing, saying the attackers “Disrupted the company’s business operations by encrypting some IT systems and stole data from the company, including personal data.”

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