FTC to Hold Drizly and Its CEO Accountable for Data Breach

Drizly — and its CEO — are currently in hot water with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) after a series security failures at the alcohol delivery company.

Drizly allegedly risked the personal data of some 2.5 million customers through inadequate security measures, according to an Oct. 24 press release from the FTC. As detailed in the formal complaint, CEO James Cory Rellas were reportedly made aware of security issues two years prior to a 2020 breach but failed to take proper action.

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