Finnish ombudsman starts investigation into possible Nokia data breach

The Finnish Data Protection Ombudsman has launched an investigation into a possible data breach at Nokia corporation.

The probable breach is purportedly involving Nokia 7 Plus model, which is said to have sent personal data to the server of a state-owned Chinese telecom provider. Due to the data breach, personal data such as the telephone’s serial number, telephone number, location data and SIM card data would have been sent. The ombudsman will now investigate whether there is true.

Nokia and the parent company HMD Global have not yet responded. The Nokia 7 Plus came on the market in February 2018.

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