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Hackers steal EasyPark client data


EasyPark, the owner of RingGo and ParkMobile, has disclosed a breach involving "non-sensitive" customer data.

EasyPark is Europe's largest parking app operator in terms of coverage, owning popular parking apps such as RingGo and ParkMobile.

It discovered the breach on December 10th, 2023, and stated it was reaching out to all affected customers. EasyPark has approximately 45 million yearly users, but it didn’t specify

how many clients were affected by this breach.

Threat actors accessed the affected individuals’ contact information (such as name, phone number, physical address, and/or email address).

The company specified that partial payment information was disclosed, but it’s impossible to “make payments using this incomplete information.”

No parking data regarding user location, vehicle registration, or parking sessions was accessed in this data breach.

“As always, you should be mindful of phishing attempts, which are unfortunately common,” said EasyPark.

It notified the appropriate authorities in Sweden, the UK, and Switzerland and involved external security experts to bolster its security measures.

“At EasyPark Group, we take protecting your privacy seriously and strive to deliver the best possible experience for you. Experiencing a data breach naturally creates concerns for all of us. We are deeply sorry this happened and will continue to work hard every day to earn your trust,” the company stated.

EasyPark Group operates in over 4,000 cities across the following countries: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, the UK, the US, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Australia, New Zealand, Liechtenstein, and Hungary.


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