Richemont: Watchfinder faces data leak


Watchfinder, a subsidiary of the luxury group Richemont, specializing in the sale of second-hand watches, has noticed a leak of its customers’ data.


According to Bloomberg news agency, Watchfinder is facing a data leak of its customer base.


The British company “recently discovered unauthorized access to the account of one of its employees,” said Arjen Van de Vall, the chief executive.


The leak affects potential customers, including their email addresses and phone numbers. However, postal addresses, passwords and credit card information are not affected.



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