Cathay Pacific Airways has discovered an IT security breach to its information system, which contains passenger data of up to 9.4 million people. The unauthorized access was uncovered during the airline’s “ongoing security processes,” the carrier announced Oct. 24. The Hong Kong-based carrier said it has contained the situation and believes no personal information or passwords were compromised, and travel profiles were not fully accessed. Cathay also added the affected ...

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