Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Finance

Sberbank was left by the employee who allowed leak — Rambler News Service


The employee who allowed last year leak in Sberbank does not work in credit institution any more, the vice chairman of the board of bank Stanislav Kuznetsov reported to RNS. "No, this employee does not work with us, he ceased to work with us at once. In spite of the fact that it was its mistake, it was not conscious action. But we many times commented that these data he had no right to transport to a cloud. It first. Secondly — we analysed theoretical and actual damage which these these data could cause, and came to a conclusion that damage — zero" — Kuznetsov noted. According to him, the database contained references to internal mail and surnames of staff of bank. "There were technical references to our internal mail and surnames of our employees. Such analysis was made by independent experts and we that period did not see any risks for Sberbank" — Kuznetsov explained. He concluded that the situation received too extended coverage in media because of inability of bank competently to explain a situation. "A little, unfortunately, we saw that this subject was picked up by mass media, apprehended it. But probably at that moment it is correct to explain this our inability that occurred. But this employee does not work with us, he violated our internal rules" — Kuznetsov concluded. In October of last year Kommersant reported that at the specialized forum phreaker.pro the database of staff of Sberbank was laid out. According to the edition, the base represents the text file about 47 megabytes in size which contains over 421 thousand records with a full name of employees and their logins for an entrance to the operating system which in most cases coincide with the addresses of their mail, it is also possible to learn in what division the employee works. Sberbank noted that the published information does not pose any threat to the automated systems and clients.

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