With the intrusion, it only accessed data on personal loans while, according to the bank, A communiqué, no current account passwords or data that would allow unauthorized transfers were violated. P>
The first computer intrusion occurred in the Months of September and October 2016 and a second one has been located in the months of June and July of this year. P>
In total, Unicredit considers that data have been violated about 400,000 Clients in Italy, whose biographical data or IBAN (International Bank Account Code) codes may have been removed. P>
The largest financial institution Of Italy has reported these facts to the competent authorities, has reported it to the Prosecutor's Office in Milan (north), has conducted an audit to investigate them and has launched P>
You have also enabled a telephone number to which customers who require more information can be addressed, Among other measures. P>
Unicredit recalled that the security of its customers' data is "an absolute priority" in the recent industrial plan and the group will invest a total of 2,300 Millions of euros to strengthen their computer systems.