Italian hosting firm defends data breach notification delay

John Leyden reports:

Italian web hosting firm has admitted a recent data breach amid complaints from some customers that it was slow in notifying them about a problem.

In an Italian-language message to customers sent out last week – a copy of which has ben obtained by The Daily Swig – the hosting firm said that a breach dating back to April 23 had exposed customer billing and personal data including names and surnames, tax codes, physical addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses, as well as encrypted hashes of customer portal passwords.

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