The popular ticket distribution service Ticketfly was taken offline last week after a hacker defaced its homepage and stole customers’ personal data. The hacker threatened to release the data online if a 1 Bitcoin ransom was not received. Ticketfly did not pay the ransom and the hacker subsequently posted online the details of over than 26 million users, including email addresses with corresponding home and mailing addresses and phone numbers, according to researcher Troy Hunt. The company confirmed it is working with third-party forensic and cybersecurity experts. The NJCCIC recommends all users of Ticketfly review the Bleeping Computers article and visit Ticketfly’s update page for more information. Additionally, users are advised change their passwords for Ticketfly accounts and any other account using the same password as soon as possible.