Cathay Pacific says data of 9.4 million passengers stolen in hack

October 24, 2018 — The information included names, nationalities, passport numbers, date of birth, email, and home addresses of customers. 

Ryan Wilk, VP at NuData comments on the stolen personal information in The Telegraph.

Payment card information, combined with other user data from other breaches and social media, builds a complete profile. In the hands of fraudsters and criminal organisations, these valuable identity sets are usually sold to other cybercriminals and used for myriad criminal activities.

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