Author: Waqas / Source: HackRead
Google has informed its employees that their personal data including names, credit card and contact details have been stolen after hackers broke into a travel agency software working with Google.
In a letter, Google informed the affected employees about the breach and explained that their drivers’ license, passport, and Social Security Numbers (SSN) were not stolen.
The agency which came under cyber attack is Sabre, a Southlake City, Texas-based popular travel technology firm.
Sabre explained to its customers that Sabre Hospitality Solutions SynXis, a reservation system used by more than 32,000 hotels around the world were targeted by unknown attackers. The system was also used by Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CTW) travel agency which is responsible for making hotel booking for Google employees.
The investigation which took place in May 2017 showed…
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