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HubSpot reports nearly 50 customer accounts compromised

HubSpot reports nearly 50 customer accounts compromised
The customer relationship management vendor said it notified all impacted customers, but it has not publicly disclosed how attackers gained unauthorized access.

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HubSpot Responds to Security Incident Impacting Dozens of Customer Accounts

HubSpot has disclosed a security incident that occurred on June 22, involving unauthorized access to less than 50 customer accounts. The company, a customer relationship management firm, has notified all impacted customers and stated that the last confirmed instance of unauthorized access occurred on Thursday. HubSpot has not revealed how the attackers gained access and has declined to answer questions.

The company described the incident as "isolated to a small subset of the HubSpot customer base," which includes more than 216,000 business customers. HubSpot has taken steps to revoke unauthorized access and is actively investigating and blocking attempts to gain access to customer accounts.

Despite the incident, HubSpot has not disclosed the intrusion to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as required, but has stated that it will share additional information when its investigation concludes.