RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Central Bank on Thursday (30) reported a data leak incident of Pix keys under the custody and responsibility of the Bank of the State of Sergipe (Banese).
The leak occurred due to an isolated glitch in the financial institution's systems and involved registration data, which does not allow the transfer of resources or access to accounts, the Central Bank said.
"No sensitive data were exposed, such as passwords, information on financial transactions or balances in transaction accounts, or any other information under bank secrecy," the Central Bank said.
The institution added that it . . .