Adidas has promptly disclosed their website has been compromised, but no credit cards or health records were accessed.  They are working with authorities to contain and mitigate this data breach:

https://www.pcmag.com/news/362173/adidas-website-hacked-millions-of-us-customer-details-stole

On Tuesday, Adidas discovered that its US website had been hacked and an unauthorized party had accessed customers data. Millions of customer records have been stolen, but thankfully no credit card details were taken. As Bloomberg reports, Adidas discovered “an unauthorized party” had gained access to its servers and stolen data on June 26. Customers were informed yesterday and the full extent of the breach is still being investigated. So far, Adidas believes contact information, usernames, and encrypted passwords were taken for “a few million consumers.”

Thankfully, it looks as though payment information including credit card details, and health data were not accessed. However, if you’ve purchased products from the Adidas US websites there’s a chance your contact details have been leaked and Adidas will be contacting you. In the meantime, it’s worth changing the password for your Adidas account as a precaution.

In a statement the company said, “Adidas is committed to the privacy and security of its consumers’ personal data. Adidas immediately began taking steps to determine the scope of the issue and to alert relevant consumers. Adidas is working with leading data security firms and law enforcement authorities to investigate the issue.”