Property valuation firm LandMark White says a second data dump containing details of its clients has been found on a dark web site at about 12.50pm GMT on 13 March and taken offline by about 5.20pm GMT the same day.
Property valuation firm LandMark White's, now known as LMW, has again called a halt to trading on Tuesday saying that a significant number of its clients are yet to resume doing business with the firm after the announcement of a data breach on 5 February.
The ANZ Bank has confirmed that a data breach at property valuation firm LandMark White, now known as LMW, which is said to have affected more than 100,000 customers of a number of banks, has affected its customers as well.
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