2K warned users to remain on the lookout for suspicious activity across their accounts following a breach last month that allowed a threat actor to obtain email addresses, names, and other sensitive information provided to 2K's support team.
The ex-Amazon software engineer who stole the credit card applications, SSNs, and bank account numbers of over 100 million people from Capital One, costing the company at least $270 million, was sentenced to time served and just five years probation.
A federal jury found Sullivan guilty of obstruction of proceedings of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and misprision of a felony in connection with attempting to conceal the Uber breach and pay off the hackers through a bug bounty award.
The two call centers, which were detected during the nationwide crackdown led by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on the cyber-enabled financial crime syndicates on Tuesday, had allegedly been operating since 2014-15.
According to the U.S. Justice Department, Ogiekpolor enlisted the help of eight "money mules" to open phony bank accounts under the names of non-existent companies, which were subsequently used to stash the proceeds from their criminal activities.