It was one of the most sought-after wedding decorations in the world, and it has become the object of a viral meme.
But this time, it’s not a gift from Heaven.
It’s a gift, as a result of an investigation that has turned up a major security breach at a top-notch wedding cake company.
The investigation, led by the National Security Agency, was prompted by a security breach discovered in June at Cake Art, a company that creates custom-designed wedding balloons and other accessories.
The FBI and the Secret Service investigated the company and learned that its chief security officer, Kevin Smith, had obtained personal information from at least seven different individuals and organizations without authorization, according to the FBI’s complaint.
Cake Art, which sells custom-made balloons and accessories, was not affected by the breach, the complaint said.
But it has been taken over by the FBI, the Secret Services, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security.
Cookie, a popular dessert dessert cake, is also at risk, the FBI alleges.
Candy is a popular sweet treat, and a company with an extensive network of more than 1,500 employees and more than 6,000 contractors is known for its cake decorating.
The FBI has been looking into whether a cake decorator who had been using cookie dough as an ingredient might have compromised Cake Art’s systems.
Cafe Coffee, which has about 300 employees, was the target of the investigation.
The company is not connected to Cake Art or Cookie.
Cancelled and suspended, the company is now being run by two new employees who are working from home and will not be subject to the investigation, according, the investigation report.
The investigation is still ongoing, and the company has not responded to a request for comment.
A spokesperson for Cake Art said the company had no comment.
Creeper and Honey, another popular dessert cake made by Cookie and Cake Art , was also investigated by the agency.
Both companies were closed by their owners after their owners were subpoenaed in March by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Cone of Sugar, which makes cake decorations for the likes of the Kardashians and others, was also one of those investigated by investigators.
The cakes were reportedly made at the company’s San Francisco facility and were packaged with ingredients sourced from a local bakery.
Coke is not the only cake company being scrutinized for potential security breaches.
A similar investigation by the Secret Security Service is also ongoing, with an FBI spokesperson saying it’s still working to determine whether the company received any unauthorized information or was involved in any suspicious activity.
“While the investigation is ongoing, it appears that there is evidence that may indicate that a number of companies were involved in the production of cookies and other desserts at the time,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
“It is our hope that these efforts will lead to a swift resolution of these issues.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.