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N26 outed for 2019 data breach, employees ask for works council

N26, the German challenger bank, experienced an internal data breach in the autumn of 2019, according Finance Forward. The breach, which was flagged around the end of October, saw employees without enough security clearance given access to unencrypted account information. The fintech, whose employees are asking for a works council, did not immediately report the incident to regulators. The breach Around 300 of N26’s 1,500 employees should have access to unencrypted account information. But insiders tell Finance Forward that more than this 300 had access to sensitive data for an unspecified time. A worker who spotted the breach sent an…
N26 outed for 2019 data breach, employees ask for works council

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