Another day, another data breach. Today it was Boeing that reported a cyberattack and this comes on the back of travel booking site Orbitz being targeted by an attacker who had access to its legacy systems from October to December of 2017. Personal customer data from January 2016 until December of last year, including names, dates of birth, email and postal addresses, and payment card information, was also accessed.
All in all, Orbitz reported that close to 900,000 payment cards were affected by the hack. In an era of regular major hacks, how does this one stack up in terms of severity?
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