British Airways discovered an additional 185,000 customer payment cards had been compromised while investigating an earlier data breach that affected 380,000 customers.
The airline said of the 185,000 exposed payment cards 77,000 of the records contained the holder’s name, billing address, email address, card payment information, including card number, expiration date and CVV. The remaining 108,000 had all the same information endangered except the CVV number, British Airways said in a statement.
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