It could have been worse than this, I suppose. It appears all that was accessed was e-mail addresses - a *lot* of e-mail addresses. That said, when a trusted system for legal documents gets breached, it is a really bad thing. I have gotten e-mails from DocuSign and another signing system and I called the purported sender to verify they had actually sent me something. If it looked anything like junk mail, I deleted it. As far as I'm concerned, anyone that would send me something to sign knows how to reach me. You might consider being as careful.
In an update on its website, DocuSign reported an uptick in targeted spam campaigns abusing the company's branding. An investigation was launched, and it was determined that hackers had "gained temporary access to a separate, non-core system that allows us to communicate service-related announcements to users via email."
Read more here: DocuSign Confirms Hack and the Stolen Data Could Put You at Risk
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