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Nearly HALF of South Korea hacked in insider data theft
The personal details of as many as 20 million South Koreans may have been exposed after an employee at a credit ratings firm was arrested on suspicion of selling the records to marketing firms.
The temporary consultant, who worked at the Korea Credit Bureau (KCB), is suspected of lifting the data from the servers of KB Kookmin Card, Lotte Card, and NH Nonghyup Card, before selling it to phone marketing companies.
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