Malware Attack Compromises Titan’s System and Steals Customer Data


Titan Manufacturing and Distribution  Inc. and its computer framework was reported to be compromised by a malware that too for about a year around from November 23, 2017 until October 25, 2018 as per an IT security expert.

Given the fact that the company expressed that it doesn't store customer data, the malware installed in the company's framework could have gained access to the users' shopping cart including their data, for example, the users' full names, billing addresses, contact numbers, payment card details, like the card numbers, termination dates, as well as verification codes.

After finding out about the episode, Titan advised its customers about the occurrence and unveiled in a notice for the customers who have had purchased products from its online stores between November 23, 2017 and October 25, 2018, that they might have been influenced by the said incident.

 “Titan Manufacturing and Distributing, Inc. (“Titan”) values your business and recognizes the importance of the security of your information. For these reasons, we are writing to let you know, as a precautionary measure, that Titan has been the victim of a data security incident that may involve your information,” the notice read.

Titan is now working intimately with a 'third-party' IT security expert so as to research and investigate the incident carefully and is all set to provide one-year complimentary identity theft protection for all conceivably influenced customers.

By finding a way to upgrade their security framework and moving its computer framework to another server, deleting and resetting all authoritative login credentials the company has additionally asked for its users to remain cautious by frequently monitoring their financial records for any suspicious exercises and take immediate measures by reporting them.