AU: National Australia Bank repays customers $687k for 2019 data breach

James Frost reports:

National Australia Bank has revealed it paid $686,878 in compensation to customers exposed in a 2019 data breach after the personal account details of more than 10,000 customers were uploaded to a website similar to Google Sheets.

The bank said it provided thousands of customers with a one-off payment while a smaller cohort were reimbursed for new passports and driver’s licences, in answers to questions on notice received by Parliament last week.


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