that exposed personally identifiable information (PII) on 2.9 million
Desjardins customers cost the Canadian credit union $53 million in Q2.
accommodate users whose information was breached when an employee insider used
internal data without authorization, the lender accrued the cost of offering credit monitoring as
well as identity theft insurance for five years.
The consumer data leaked included first and last name, date of birth, social insurance number, address, phone number, email address and details about their banking habits and Desjardins products.
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