FR: CNIL Fines a Data Controller and Its Processor 225,000 Euros for Security Violation in Connection with Credential Stuffing
Hunton Andrews Kurth writes:
On January 27, 2021, the French Data Protection Authority (the “CNIL”) announced (in French) that it imposed a fine of €150,000 on a data controller, and a fine of €75,000 on its data processor, for failure to implement adequate security measures to protect customers’ personal data against credential stuffing attacks on the website of the data controller. The CNIL decided not to make its decisions public, thereby not disclosing the name of the companies sanctioned.
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