First published: June 20, 2019 by The Canadian Press
Desjardins Group says the personal information of more than 2.9-million of its members has been shared with individuals outside of the organization. The Quebec-based financial institution says the breach affects 2.7 million individual members and 173,000 business members. It says the situation is the result of unauthorized and illegal use of its internal data by an employee who has since been fired.
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