Fallout from the attack on the giant US marketing and communications firm continues to spread, and may affect millions of consumers globally.
Dell Australia remains the only local company to admit customer data was compromised when hackers hit Epsilon’s Dallas headquarters last week.
While Epsilon has offices in Sydney and Melbourne, it’s not yet clear whether other Australian firms were among the 2 per cent of Epsilon’s client base impacted.
Epsilon’s ANZ vice-president, Michael Kustreba, told The Australian he was not authorised to comment on the matter.
Federal Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim said his office had begun an own-motion investigation.
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