Parking app operator EasyPark Group, which owns the brands RingGo and ParkMobile, has reported that it suffered a data breach. The company revealed that hackers stole customer data, including names, phone numbers, addresses, email addresses, and parts of credit card numbers. While the company did not specify the number of users affected, it has indicated that thousands of customers could be potentially impacted.
The breach occurred on December 10, and customers were notified shortly after. EasyPark has also reported the incident to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the UK along with the Swedish and Swiss data protection authorities in Europe.
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