Hackers steal data hundreds of thousands of customers at Italian bank UniCredit
At UniCredit, the largest bank in Italy, using multiple hacks the data of 400,000 customers stolen.
It reports the financial group Wednesday. The bank says in september and October of 2016, and in June and July of this year are affected.
According to UniCredit could the hack be done through a third party business partner, who is not called by name. The bank has started an investigation and make a report. Also, UniCredit direct measures to the data breaches to be sealed.
It is not known exactly what data the hackers in their hands, but they can, according to the bank have had access to personal and financial data and IBAN-numbers.
Passwords, which would make it possible to, without the consent of customers, money transfers, according to UniCredit not stolen.