OneTrust DataGuidance writes: The Belgian data tribute dominance (‘Belgian DPA’) announced, on 1 december 2020, that it had learned of a potential security incident at Bpost through media articles. in particular, the Belgian DPA outlined that, presumption the position Bpost plays in Belgian society, a data transgress would have made possible access to personal data and the retrieval of individuals’ post. Furthermore, the Belgian DPA highlighted that it had contacted Bpost in order to receive further information on the incident. You can show the promulgation only available in Dutch�here�and in French�here. According to Wikipedia, Bpost, also known as the Belgian post Group, is the Belgian fellowship responsible for the delivery of national and international mail. The Belgian carry radical is single of the largest civilian employers in Belgium. On november 29, FlandersNews.be reported: A VRT tidings investigation has uncovered certificate and privacy issues with the website of the Belgian stake office Bpost. Users of the site were not only able to look up the details of a parcel that was on its way to them or their recipient, but also the details of parcels destined for some other recipients. The details given include a code required to pick up the parcel from a post point or a Bpost parcel accumulation machine. Bpost has since corrected the security breach.