Apr 232018
 

Sum Lok-kei reports:

Hong Kong’s second-largest residential broadband provider will purge the data of 900,000 former customers, as well as reducing how long it holds information, after a hack last week compromised the data of hundreds of thousands of customers.

Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) announced the new security measures as CEO William Yeung Chu-kwong admitted on Monday the hacked personal information of 380,000 current and former customers was stored in an unencrypted database.

Read more on South China Morning Post.

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