Cathay Pacific Airways

Cathay Pacific Airways announced that some of their customer data was accessed by an unauthorized party, although there is currently no evidence to suggest that this information has been misused. The accessed data includes passenger name, nationality, date of birth, phone number, email, address, passport and identity card number, frequent flyer member number, customer service remarks, and historical travel information; passwords were not compromised. According to the company’s statement , some expired credit card numbers and those without CVV numbers were also exposed. Official notifications related to this incident will be sent from an address containing the format infosecurity[@]cathaypacific[.]com. The NJCCIC recommends impacted Cathay Pacific Airways customers closely monitor their credit profiles and financial accounts and immediately report any suspicious activity. Additionally, if individuals are concerned their information may have been exposed in this incident they can file a request with Cathay Pacific here.