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Toyota suffers second data breach in five weeks
Toyota has disclosed a data breach that may have affected up to 3.1 million customers. It’s the second time the car manufacturer has been breached in the last five weeks. In a statement released on 29 March 2019, the organisation confirmed that several of its Asian subsidiaries were targeted by criminal hackers. It said that it is taking the situation seriously and will implement security measures at dealers and the entire Toyota group. False alarm? Few details have emerged about the breach, with Toyota stating that it is still investigating what data might have been breached, or if anything has been compromised at all. The only facts that have been established are the subsidiaries that were attacked: Toyota Tokyo Sales Holdings. Tokyo Tokyo Motor. Tokyo Toyopet. Toyota Tokyo Corolla. Nets Toyota Tokyo. Lexus Koishikawa Sales. Jamil Shoji. Toyota West Tokyo Corolla. The day after the initial announcement, Toyota subsidiaries in Vietnam and Thailand made separate statements about suspected attacks.
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