Carolyn Cummins reports:
Shares in LandMark White have plummeted 10.6 per cent to a four-year low after the valuer resumed trading following a massive data breach, which resulted in details of about 100,000 home loan customers being leaked.
A number of its customers, including the major banks, suspended the company following the breach. The company said it was in discussions to get the suspensions lifted after saying it had contained the breach and there was ”no evidence that the data has been misused”. However, the banks had not changed their position at the time of writing.
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