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Executives of South Korean Financial Firms Resign over Massive Data Breach [WSJ]

21
Jan
2014

A total of 37 South Korean financial company executives have offered to resign following the massive data breach in which an engineer from the Korea Credit Bureau stole and sold the personal and financial details of 20 million cardholders.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the KCB engineer is said to have stolen the details of 104 million cards issued by the NongHyup Financial Group, Lotte Card, and the KB Financial Group. The man, whose company was hired by the financial firm…

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