No Evidence Of Online Records Breach By Vodafone Claims Privacy Commission

David Richards reports:

The Australian Privacy Commissioner who recently initiated an investigation into claims that Vodafone billing and call records for up to four million customers were openly available online has concluded that Vodafone did not have adequate levels of security in place to protect personal information, however there was no breach as claimed by Fairfax Media.

Vodafone claims that as a result of the exposure they have disabled a Siebel database system which has been blamed for the failure.

Vodafone has admitted that a login of a VHA owned store was used to show an individual what information the Siebel system held about them.

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