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August 20, 2014
16:06 EDTUPSUPS notifies customers of potential data compromise, incident resolution
The UPS Store recently received a government bulletin regarding a broad-based malware intrusion not identified by current anti-virus software. Upon receiving the bulletin, The UPS Store retained an IT security firm and conducted a review of its systems and the systems of its franchised center locations. The UPS Store discovered malware identified in the bulletin on systems at 51 locations in 24 states, about 1% of 4,470 franchised center locations throughout the U.S. Based on the current assessment by The UPS Store and the IT security firm, certain customers' information, who used a credit or debit card at the 51 impacted franchised center locations between January 20 and August 11, may have been exposed. For most locations, the period of exposure to this malware began after March 26. The malware was eliminated as of August 11 and customers can shop securely at all The UPS Store locations. The customer information that may have been exposed includes names, postal addresses, email addresses and payment card information. Not all of this information may have been exposed for each customer. Based on the current assessment, The UPS Store has no evidence of fraud arising from this incident. The UPS Store is providing an information website, identity protection and credit monitoring services to customers whose information may have been compromised.
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12:00 EDTUPSThree people dead in shooting at UPS facility in Alabama, AP reports
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September 22, 2014
11:03 EDTUPSUPS expands 3D printing across U.S. with Stratasys collaboration
UPS (UPS) is expanding 3D printing services to meet the growing demands of its small business customers to nearly 100 additional locations nationwide. As the first nationwide retailer to offer 3D printing services in-store, in collaboration with Stratasys (SSYS), the UPS Store continues to evolve its services to better meet the needs of small business owners.

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