Rio Tinto hints at possible breach
Personal data on miing giant Rio Tinto’s former and current employees in Australia may have been stolen by a cybercriminal group, according to an internal staff memo seen by Reuters.
The memo said that the “data relates to certain records processed by our payroll services team in January 2023, such as payslips and overpayment letters, for a small portion of past and present employees based in Australia, who received these records by post.”
It added: “Investigations now indicate a possibility that Rio Tinto data may be impacted.”
At the time of writing, no further clarification is available and Cybernews was unable to verify the truth of the report.
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