What are Landmark White doing about property valuations data breach

What are Landmark White doing about property valuations data breach
What are Landmark White doing about property valuations data breach

LandMark White Limited recently became aware that a dataset containing property valuation and personal contact information has been leaked.

LMW stated, "We have engaged leading external cyber security and privacy experts to undergo a forensic investigation into the incident, as well as the circumstances of the disclosure of the dataset."

"We have also engaged leading privacy experts to assess the scope and impact of any information disclosed, so that we can assess who may be impacted by this incident."

"In addition to this, we will be monitoring all of our systems to ensure that there is no ongoing data security risk," they added.

LMW believe that the source of disclosure which took place on February 4 has now been closed and that there is no ongoing data breaches or leaks.

An initial statement was released February 5 on the breach, and they have a FAQ website that is being updated as new information becomes available.

The data at risk was contained, property valuation and some personal contact information of home owners, residents, and property agents, including first and last name, residential address, and contact numbers."

They have stated, "we are in the process of reviewing the dataset to understand the scope and impact of the incident, and the number and profile of individuals whose information is contained in the dataset."

"We reiterate that there is no evidence of misuse of any personal information, although this remains under close review."

 

 

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