Sephora members would have been notified of a recent data breach.
Personal data possibly exposed
An email from the managing director of Sephora Southeast Asia, Alia Gogi, was sent to members in the region.
It revealed that a breach in data for the brand's online customers in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
Personal data exposed to unauthorised third parties include their first and last name, date of birth, gender, email address, beauty preferences as well as the password to Sephora members' online account.
No credit card information has been breached, fortunately.
Sephora apologised for the incident and has implemented some follow-up measures.
The company has also cancelled all existing passwords and reviewed their security systems.
They also offered members a free personal data monitoring service through a leading third-party provider which interested members have to register for it with a unique code by November 30, 2019.
They also recommend members to change their passwords.
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