The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy
The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy
Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong police visit Cathay Pacific HQ to investigate major data breach that hit 9.4 million customers

  • Officers from Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau collect evidence from airline’s headquarters in city
  • Meanwhile, privacy commissioner offers legal help to any customer wanting to pursue claim for damages

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The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy
The data breach was detected by the airline in March, and confirmed in May, but was only made public last week. Photo: Alamy
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