Photo: wikimedia.org Hackers broke into the personal data of nine million customers EasyJet
The data of nine million airline customers was hacked. While there is no evidence that they were once used.
Hackers broke into the personal data of 9 million customers of EasyJet. This is with reference to the statement by the British lowcost reports Sky News on Tuesday, may 19.
“There is no evidence that any personal information of any kind was used, but… we are in touch with approximately 9 million customers whose data on travel were disclosed to inform them about protective measures that can minimize any risk of potential fraud … We are sorry that it happened, and we would like to assure customers that we take very seriously the security of their information,” – said in a statement.
Hackers have obtained the e-mail address and data about travelling of company clients, as well as were disclosed credit card information of more than 2200 clients.
We will remind that earlier the largest airline suffered billions of euros of losses due to COVID. For the first quarter of this year, the airline Air France-KLM suffered $ 1.8 billion of losses. In the second quarter is expected to worsen the situation.
It was also announced losses of Ukrainian airlines from COVID. The Cabinet of Ministers plans to compensate the Ukrainian airlines half price tickets evacuation flights.
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