Canada Post leaked personal data from orders of thousands of cannabis smokers

November 8, 2018 — The leaked information included names or the initials of nominated signatories, postcodes, dates of delivery, OCS reference numbers, Canada Post tracking numbers, and OCS corporate names and business addresses.

 

Don Duncan, Director at NuData comments on the stolen personal information in The Telegraph.

While names and addresses are always useful to cybercriminals, companies can devalue that personally identifiable information by adding a layered security solution that includes passive biometrics and behavioural analytics so that customers are also identified by their online behavior.

 

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