Yonhap News AgencyDecember 10, 2013 23:49
SEOUL, Dec. 11 (Yonhap) -- Information on customers of two major foreign banks in South Korea has been leaked, sources said Wednesday, spawning concerns about an online security breach.
Personal data of some 130,000 customers of Standard Chartered Bank Korea and Citi Bank Korea leaked from branches in the southern city of Changwon, according to the sources.
Bank officials related to the incident were taken into custody to be interrogated, they said.
Representatives at the banks said they are in the process of confirming the details.