Special to SEGAZINE
AT&T is acknowledging it’s the victim of an inside job.
The company says it’s the victim of a data breach that happened in April, but officials are just now going public with it.
A local victim wants to know more about that delay and how he could have been affected.
“I have to go through the trouble of securing all my information, freezing my credit,” said James Woodfin.
He showed Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland three emails he received from AT&T in April, warning him someone was trying to unlock his phone from the network.