The breach, which occurred after an internal server was stolen in June, does not impact customers who have purchased tickets to concerts and other events produced by C3 Presents, according to a written statement provided to the
The stolen server did, however, have information on "present and former employees, independent contractors, and some third parties."
Details weren't released on exactly how many people might be affected.
"It is believed that physical equipment was the target given its value, not the information stored on the server," the company's statement reads, in part. "C3's response was swift and thorough, with no known reports of identity theft to date."
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