NL Times reports:
The Dutch national railway, NS, has warned about 780,000 customers that their personal data may be involved in a data breach.The train operator works closely with market research firm Blauw. External parties gained access to personal data at via a software supplier for that company. For example, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers or names of train passengers who participated in a satisfaction survey may have been leaked.
“Depending on the study in which the customer participated, this may concern personal data such as name, e-mail address and telephone number. It does not concern financial data or passwords,” the NS said.
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