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How Octoly Leaked Sensitive Personal Information For 12,000 Influencers & What The Data Breach Means For Influencer Marketing
In early January, cyber-security firm UpGuard discovered that the personal data of over 12,000 Octoly users was left exposed in a publicly accessible Amazon Web Services S3 cloud storage bucket. The unsecured files included influencer names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, birth dates, usernames, and hashed user passwords.
The data breach has serious implications for influencers and brands alike. Here, we break down the details and ramifications of the Octoly influencer data cloud breach influencers and marketers alike should know: