Nov 6, 2018
HSBC bank confirms US data breach
HSBC has said some of its US customers' bank accounts were hacked in October. "HSBC regrets this incident, and we take our responsibility for protecting our customers very seriously," the bank said in a statement. "We have notified those customers whose accounts may have experienced unauthorised access, and are offering them one year of credit monitoring and identify theft protection service." The bank said the online accounts were breached between 4 and 14 October. "The information made public so far by HSBC is quite limited," said Prof Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey.
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