Finance

Property Valuation Firm Breached Twice within Three Months

28 May - 4 June 2019

Major banks in Australia have started suspending Landmark White’s property valuation services
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Major banks in Australia have started suspending Landmark White’s property valuation services after the company suffered a second data breach within three months. In the latest incident, the company’s valuation reports and operational documents are posted on file sharing website, SCRIBD. The extent of the data leak is unknown but Landmark White is investigating what it claimed is deliberate actions to sabotage the company. Landmark White was hacked in February when the personal and financial data of up to 137,500 valuation customers surfaced on the darknet. 


References:
'It's sabotage': Valuation Company Hits Out After New Data Leak

 

 
 
 
 

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