Hackers are thought to have exfiltrated around 20GB of data, including customer credit card details
This is also the link from DataBreaches.Net who first broke the story on the 5th.
@cindelicato @dcontesti When will the tide change, to that of one, where it is no longer acceptable to be called out by the media as having been breached? Anyone would believe on the surface that the company is any thing but proud of this fact from a reputation and trust point of view?
Inevitably, as per human nature, someone's head will roll, but why can't these organisation come up front and admit it - we stuffed up, we made a mistake?
Yes, all humans make mistakes, where did they fail, were they negligent, was it a result of a board decision?
@cindelicatoHow many times does an organisation have to be punished in the public, before they realise bookings are down or Privacy Commissioners get involved with resultant penalties and public scrutiny?