Aug 16, 2023
By Christine Ross
The Liquor Control Board of Ontario says personal data of some customers may have been compromised in a data breach for the second time this year.
This includeS names, email addresses, dates of birth, postal codes and Aeroplan numbers.
But subscribers have been notified that no financial information was impacted by the breach including credit and debit card information. In addition, no passwords were involved in the leak.
The Crown corporation says it was informed an unauthorized party gained access to certain LCBO subscriber data on August 9th.
In January, a cybersecurity incident knocked out the LCBO’s website and mobile app.