An AMP spokesman confirmed a, "limited amount of company data related to internal staff expenses was inadvertently stored in a publicly available cloud service"."The mistake was quickly corrected once identified and the matter was investigated to ensure all data had been removed," the spokesman told the ABC."No customer data was compromised at any time [and] we are reviewing the situation to ensure standards are maintained."Dutch multinational Rabobank confirmed some of its employee data was breached and that an investigation had been launched.
A spokeswoman for the bank said no client information or staff salaries and credit cards were disclosed.
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