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Loyaltybuild bounces back from data disaster to mount international expansion

22nd December, 2014

Loyaltybuild, the company at the centre of Ireland’s biggest data hacking breach, is embarking on a programme of international expansion.

Both the Data Protection Commissioner and An Garda Síochána carried out investigations into the theft of almost 90,000 Irish customers’ credit and debit card details in November 2013.

Loyaltybuild managed to win back two of its biggest Irish clients, SuperValu (larger, now, with the addition of Superquinn) and Axa –...

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