Australian Information Security Incident Reported: October 18 2017

Pizza giant Domino’s Australia has indicated an unnamed online ratings system was likely the source of a data leak that has seen its customers bombarded with spam emails over the past few weeks.

CEO Don Meij said the company had matched the data accessed by the spammers to an unnamed online ratings system.

“This is the type of information that is contained in an online rating system managed by a former supplier, which suggests this may have been the source of the information. We are continuing to investigate this,” Meij said in a statement.

It has declined to state how many customers were impacted by the breach.

Source: Online rating system likely behind Domino’s data leak – Security – iTnews


Customers of pizza chain Domino’s Australia are complaining their personal data has been leaked, prompting eerie personalised emails from scammers.

Source: Domino’s customers complain of creepy scam emails – 9Finance


Domino’s blames data breach on former supplier’s systems | The Guardian

Domino’s Australia has blamed a system “issue” of a former supplier for a leak of customer personal information to spam email lists.

The pizza seller has called in the Australian information commissioner to investigate the breach but insists its systems haven’t been compromised.

Source: Domino’s blames data breach on former supplier’s systems | Technology | The Guardian