By Chloe Riley
Source: Supermarket News

Thousands of Albertsons employees may have had their personal information exposed in a data breach, according to regulatory notices filed by the company in multiple states.

In a statement filed with the Maine Attorney General’s office, the breach was described as “an external system breach (hacking),” with the compromised information including names, driver’s license numbers, and ID card numbers.

According to the regulatory notice, the breach occurred in December and close to 33,000 workers at the Boise, Idaho-based company may have had their personal information compromised.

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