Live Nation finally confirms massive Ticketmaster data breach

Live Nation has confirmed that Ticketmaster suffered a data breach after its data was stolen from a third-party cloud database provider, which is believed to be Snowflake.

“On May 20, 2024, Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. identified unauthorized activity within a third-party cloud database environment containing Company data and launched an investigation with industry-leading forensic investigators to understand what happened,” Live Nation shared in a Friday night SEC filing.

While the breach has allegedly exposed the data of over 560 million Ticketmaster users, the company states that they do not believe that the breach will have a material impact on the overall business operations or its financial condition.

Alon Gal of Hudson Rock spoke to one of the threat actors behind the attack, who claimed they were responsible for recent Santander and Ticketmaster data breaches and said they stole the data from cloud storage company Snowflake.

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