Late last week, executives at Seagate informed employees that their tax information had been compromised as the result of a targeted phishing attack on an unlucky employee. The employee believed the information had been requested by Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo, and turned over all of 2015’s W-2 data for former and current employees. According to Seagate’s Eric DeRitis: On March 1, Seagate Technology learned that the 2015 W-2 tax form information for current and former US-based employees was sent to an unauthorized third party in response to the phishing e-mail scam. The information was sent by an employee who believed the phishing e-mail…

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