Cathay Pacific Executives Questioned by Regulators

Cathay Pacific Executives Questioned by Regulators

Top executives of Cathay Pacific were questioned this week by Hong Kong officials on the airline’s breach that affected around 9.4 million passengers.

While the executives said that they are already working with 27 regulators in 15 jurisdictions, they refused to comment on whether affected passengers will be compensated.

It was not clarified who was behind the breach or what the stolen information might be used for, but Cathay said that there was no evidence to indicate that personal information of their customers had been misused.

Cathay Pacific chairman John Slosar apologized and said that they deeply regret not being able to act quicker, but lawmakers said that the delay was a blatant attempt to hide the breach.

Source: Straits Times

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