Data Leak at Hong Kong’s Harbour Plaza Hotel Affects 1.2M

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data in Hong Kong has begun an investigation into a data leak incident that was reported to it by Harbour Plaza Hotel Management on Feb. 9. Citing the report from the hotel group, the Office of the PCPD tells Information Security Media Group it appears that approximately 1.2 million customers of the Harbour Plaza hotel chain have been affected.

The PCPD tells ISMG that “the affected data was the data of guests who stayed in those hotels.”

“As the investigation into the data breach incident is ongoing, the PCPD is not in a position to disclose any further information at this stage,” the organization tells ISMG, declining to describe the type of cyberattack, the threat actor involved or details about the data compromised.

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