Transavia airline fined for weak security practices that led to data breach

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

The Dutch Data Protection Agency has levied a €400,000 ($455,000) fine today against Transavia, a Dutch airline that operates low-cost routes across Europe, for a security breach that allowed a hacker to steal the personal details of more than 83,000 passengers.

The fine pertains to a security breach that Transavia publicly disclosed in February 2020.

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