TransLink warns staff hackers accessed personal banking information in cyberattack

Sean Boynton & Jordan Armstrong report:

TransLink staff have been told that a cyberattack early this month accessed personal banking information and other files, and is advising employees to sign up for credit monitoring.

In an internal email to employees at Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) obtained by Global News Wednesday, staff were told the attackers “accessed and may have copied files from a restricted network drive” that contains payroll information for TransLink, CMBC and Metro Vancouver Transit Police employees, along with other network drives.
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