Canada’s Insider crime report says there are 2.9 million members
Updated July 18, 2019
The Canadian financial institution Desardens is threatened by data from 2.9 million users.
Important personal and business information is provided.
Desjardens says more personal information is available
Its 2.9 million members are shared with third parties
The financial institution of Quebec said the infringement affected 2.7 million people and 173,000 business members.
He explained that the accident was caused by unauthorized and illegal use
Since then, employee records have been revoked.
Members can have a lot of information
Your name, date of birth and social security number
Address, telephone number, e-mail and bank details
The members of the organization have information about their activities,
Address, telephone number, names of owners and access to company account
The agency stated that passwords, security issues and security codes are not compromised.
Desjardins said the incident was not the result of a cyber attack and did not pose a threat to the computer system.
We understand that this is an alarming situation. Really sorry
The company said there were concerns in the statement.
Your Desjardins assets and accounts are disastrous
Loss of money if you make unauthorized transactions.
Desjardins believed in the consequences of this situation.
Desjardins said that he cooperated with the police and took other security measures.
As a precaution, I may offer payment for this purpose.
Victims have a 12-month surveillance plan and identity theft insurance