Bank of America suffers data breach in Paycheck Protection Program application process

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Other lenders and partners were able to view private data of business loan applicants

Bank of America (BofA) has disclosed a data breach that affected a 'small number' of customers who had applied for the US Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). In a letter to customers [PDF], Charl...

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