Coca-Cola notified about 74,000 current and former employees, as well as “external third parties,” that their personal information stored on corporate laptops may have been breached after the laptops were stolen.
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Coca-Cola said Friday personal information for about 74,000 U.S. and Canadian employees, former workers and “external third parties” may have been compromised after company laptops were stolen last year.
The beverage giant said the Social Security numbers for 18,000 employees and former workers were on the stolen laptops. Other personal information, primarily driver’s licenses, affected another 56,000 employees and former staffers.