A data breach at Australia’s P&N Bank exposed “non-sensitive” personal information, including customer names, addresses, account numbers and balances, iTnews reports. In an email to P&N’s approximately 96,000 members, CEO Andrew Hadley said no customer passwords or credit card details were compromised. The incident occurred during a server upgrade by a third-party IT provider around 12 Dec. 2019 and is being investigated by the Western Australian Police Force and federal authorities. “Upon becoming aware of the attack, we immediately shut down the source of the vulnerability,” Hadley said, adding the company has been working to “investigate and protect customers from any further risk.”
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