Latitude Financial hacked as 300,000 customer identification documents stolen

7News reports what sounds like a serious breach:

Financial lender, Latitude Finance, has warned customers of a major cyberattack in which more than 300,000 customer identification documents were stolen.

A spokesperson for the company said unusual activity was detected on its systems over the last few days, and it appeared the company’s records had been hacked.

They said hackers stole employee login details to access personal customer information held by two other service providers before the company was able to isolate the incident.

Read more at 7News.

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