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CMA CGM confirms data leak

CMA CGM has confirmed a leak of data on limited customer information including first and last names, employer, position, email address and phone number.

The data breach was detected during the company’s surveillance operations on the Group’s APIs. The company has confirmed its IT teams have immediately developed and installed security patches.

CMA CGM has confirmed that there have been no operational impact on the group’s activities.

The company has advised its customers to remain vigilant to any suspicious activity and to follow these practices to ensure account security:

  • Do not share your account password or any personal information. CMA CGM will never ask for them
  • Always check the authenticity of an email requesting you to log in to our platforms (especially if requested to reset your password), even if it seems to be sent by the CMA CGM group

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