Federal Group hotel contact databases hit by ‘low risk’ data breach

Matt Dennien
Updated November 3 2018 - 8:40pm, first published 4:31pm
Federal Group have urged previous guests of Saffire and Henry Jones Art Hotel properties to delete any emails received from the hotels yesterday, without opening them. Picture: Adam Gibson
Federal Group have urged previous guests of Saffire and Henry Jones Art Hotel properties to delete any emails received from the hotels yesterday, without opening them. Picture: Adam Gibson

A Tasmanian luxury hotel and casino group has told some guests their personal information may have been accessed by a third party after a “low risk” data breach saw contact databases affected.

Subscribe now for unlimited access.

or signup to continue reading

All articles from our website & app
The digital version of Today's Paper
Breaking news alerts direct to your inbox
Interactive Crosswords, Sudoku and Trivia
All articles from the other in your area
Matt Dennien

Matt Dennien

Journalist

Matt Dennien is a journalist at The Examiner, based in Launceston. Contact him via email at matt.dennien@examiner.com.au, or more securely via Signal on +61 437 672 994.

Get the latest Launceston news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.