Bulgaria's data protection commission fines DSK Bank

Bulgaria's data protection commission fines DSK Bank

Bulgaria's Commission for Personal Data Protection said on Wednesday it has imposed a 1 million levs ($566,600/511,200 euro) fine on local DSK Bank, part of Hungarian banking group OTP, over unlawfully disclosed personal data of customers.
The personal data of 33,492 customers of DSK Bank from 23,270 loan files also containing personal data of an unlimited number of related persons was left without adequate protection by the bank, the commission said in a statement. 
During the course of its month-long investigation the commission has found evidence that DSK Bank, as a personal data administrator, did not apply the relevant technical and organisational measures in order to ensure the protection of the personal data of individuals and third persons connected to them.

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