Did You Purchase Tickets to Tomorrowland in 2014? Your Identity Might Be Compromised
De Standaard in Belgium is reporting that hackers have stolen data from 64,000 Tomorrowland attendees.
Tomorrowland is saying that the hackers did not steal sensitive information and that the hack was limited to names, e-mail address, gender, age and postal code, stressing that payment details, passwords and addresses of the users are not included.
“The administrators of the Paylogic ticketing system noticed unusual activity on an outdated system. After an extensive analysis, an old data file of Tomorrowland 2014 appeared on it. The server involved was taken offline immediately, ‘spokesperson Debby Wilmsen explains. ‘When we were informed about this by the Paylogic people, we first informed the privacy commission. We then decided to send an email to all affected visitors to inform them.”