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Santander Reports Data Breach at Third-Party Provider

Santander Reports Data Breach at Third-Party Provider

Banco Santander has disclosed a data breach originating from a third-party provider, compromising both client and employee data.

The breach impacted the bank’s operations in Spain, Chile, and Uruguay.

“We have recently discovered unauthorized access to a Santander database hosted by a third-party provider,” the Spanish bank revealed.

“Certain information regarding customers in Santander Chile, Spain, and Uruguay, as well as current and former Santander employees, was accessed.”

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Fortunately, no transactional data, access credentials, or internet banking passwords were compromised, and the situation has been brought under control.

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