Russia’s Sberbank Denies New Data Leak Affected At Least One Million Data Lines

Ulmer Jamshaid reports:

 Russia’s Sberbank refuted in comments to Sputnik on Thursday reports that about one million rows of client data had been leaked in a new incident of an alleged breach.

On Wednesday, Russian newspaper Kommersant reported that the personal data of Sberbank clients had reappeared on the black market, including their passport details, residential address, phone number and credit information. Buyers are also allegedly able to purchase a record of a client’s last phone conversation with the call center.

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