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Bookstore Chain Dymocks Discloses Data Breach Possibly Impacting 800k Customers

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Sep
2023
Bookstore Chain Dymocks Discloses Data Breach Possibly Impacting 800k Customers

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The Australian company, which has more than 60 brick-and-mortar stores and an online bookstore, says that it identified the unauthorized access to customer records on September 6, and that it immediately launched an investigation into the incident.

“While our investigation is ongoing and at the early stages, our cybersecurity experts have found evidence of discussions regarding our customer records being available on the dark web,” Dymocks says in a customer notice.

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