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Monitor your credit, freeze your credit, and replace your credit cards. Not much else that can be done after these breaches happen. I do always wonder though how these companies happen to find breaches that occurred months or years earlier. Maybe I'm just not digging deep enough.

In this case (from the AllClearID source in OP):
While conducting an investigation of a legacy Orbitz travel booking platform (the “platform”), Orbitz determined on March 1, 2018 that there was evidence suggesting that, between October 1, 2017 and December 22, 2017, an attacker may have accessed certain personal information, stored on this consumer and business partner platform...
Why was Orbit conducting an investigation? Is it a routine process for legacy applications? What evidence suggested a breach? Log data?
 

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The title makes me think it was Consumer Reports that was hacked. :p
 
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