Capital One is facing class action lawsuits over a major data breach said to have exposed sensitive information of more than 100 million customers and card applicants.

By Tuesday afternoon at least two lawsuits had been filed against the company in federal courts along the East Coast. The suits both contend that the bank failed to properly secure and monitor the data of its customers, and seek to bring claims on behalf of the estimated 106 million people affected.

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