Discover Financial Services filed a data breach incident notification with the California attorney general's office, SC Media reports. Discover Director of External and Media Relations Jon Drummond said his company did not suffer a breach, but it filed the notification after it was informed “other outlets” have been impacted by incidents. Discover spotted the breach Aug. 13 and filed the report Jan. 25 but could not identify the information that may have been affected. The company has issued new cards as a precaution and told customers they will not be responsible for any fraudulent charges.
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