How to spot a phishing scam: slideshow Summary: The fallout from the data breach of US marketing firm Epsilon was massive. Some of the world's largest companies were forced to apologise, as customer details stored within Epsilon were stolen by hackers. By Darren Pauli | April 12, 2011 -- 03:48 GMT (20:48 PDT) Follow @zdnetaustralia Previous | Next Image 1 of 12 Disney has mass appeal. The broad list of victims could be attractive for scammers. Inconsistencies can be human error, but they are present in most scams. Topics: Security, Malware Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.