Canada’s largest airline, Air Canada, has disclosed a data breach that affected the personal information of some employees and “certain records.”

The company said in a statement on Wednesday that an unauthorized group of people obtained “limited access” to an internal system, but did not say when the breach occurred or what types of data were accessed.

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“An unauthorized group briefly obtained limited access to an internal Air Canada system related to limited personal information of some employees and certain records,” reads a statement published Wednesday, September 20th, on Air Canada’s press website.

Air Canada also said that no customer information was affected in the breach. The company has contacted employees whose information may have been compromised and is working with cybersecurity experts to investigate the incident and implement additional security measures.

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