Cebuana Lhuillier Breach Affects 900,000 Clients

Pawning and remittance company Cebuana Lhuillier admitted last Saturday that the data on around 900,000 of its clients had been accessed without authorization.  


However, company communications head Richard Villaseran said that the data, which included information like birthdays, addresses and sources of income, affected a very small portion of their clientele and their main server remains uncompromised.


Villaseran added all affected clients had been advised how to further protect their personal information.

Source: Reuters

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