The data breach took place at supplier market research agency Blauw. As a precaution, NS today informed travelers about a possible data breach found at one of their suppliers. A data leak has been found at the market research agency Blauw, with which they work. Some of the personal data of travelers may have been leaked, such as name, e-mail address
Transavia has reported the leak to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. This is mandatory when data is leaked. The affected travelers were also individually informed. This concerns a total of data of 80.000 passengers who traveled with Transavia in the period from 21 to 31 January 2015. The
The data of BMW or MINI drivers or those who have driven these cars whose accident and / or breakdown assistance is or has been carried out by Allianz Global Assistance Netherlands have come into the hands of criminals. In an email today, the company is informing its customers about this incident, as a result of
Last week, SnappCar was pointed out by a journalist from RTL Nieuws about unsecured access to data on the platform, via a so-called 'API'. SnappCar then responded with a response. SnappCar's reaction via their website: This access allowed third parties with the correct technical knowledge to provide address details and license plates.