Up to Ten Thousand Customers Possibly Affected in Aegon Life Insurance Data Leak

Anuj Srivas reports:

New Delhi: The personal data of up to 10,000 customers of Aegon Life Insurance customers may have been exposed publicly due to a security vulnerability on the company’s website.

The data that was exposed included everything from basic demographic information – such as name, age, gender, mobile phone numbers – to more qualified details in some instances like annual income as well as specific health policy problems.

Aegon Life Insurance, India is a joint venture between the Netherlands-based Aegon NV and Bennett, Coleman and Co. Ltd (BCCL), the Indian publisher of The Times of India newspaper.

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