The UK government office responsible for internet security is looking into a major data breach at British Airways (BA) that resulted in the details of some 380,000 financial transactions by the company’s passengers being stolen. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) told ATW it is making preliminary enquiries into the breach, which occurred between 22:58 BST Aug. 21 and 21:45 BST Sept. 5. The breach affected passengers making transactions on the airline’s website and ...

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