Law enforcement authorities are investigating a possible leak of data about customers in a Bank in Moscow.

Law enforcement officials conduct pre-trial investigation in criminal proceedings No. 42017000000003145 under article 362 of the Criminal code (“Unauthorized actions with information, which is processed in electronic computers (computers), automated systems, computer networks or stored on media such information, committed by a person who has the right of access to it”).

This writes Finbalance with reference to unofficial sources in the banking market.

According to the source Finbalance, that the criminal proceedings opened on the fact of “illegal collection or disclosure of data contained in electronic systems, PrivatBank, as well as their unauthorized copying, which led to the data breach, committed by persons who have the right of access to such system.” The newspaper notes that the state register of court decisions not yet published official court materials, which would be referred to the criminal proceedings with the specified registration number. Previously the host of the program “Groshi” (“1+1”), Alexander Dubinsky, citing its own sources, wrote in Facebook that “full details of all the clients of PrivatBank with the permission of the NBU was pumped on some servers in Moscow [detective] by Kroll, which carries out [forensic] audit PB [Privat]”. “The Prosecutor General’s office on this fact has opened a criminal case,” said Dubinsky.

As noted, according to the Memorandum with the IMF, by the end of September to be completed forensic audit of PrivatBank. This audit conducts a detective Agency Kroll and company AlixPartners, which, according to unofficial data of the edition “New time”, can cost the state hundreds of millions of hryvnia.

In late September, the NBU has officially stated that at the request of Kroll deadline report postponed to the second half of October. “This transfer is technical and is due to the large amount of data that must be processed for preparation of conclusions in the forensic audit,” assured the national Bank. The NBU clarified that the report will consist of two parts: the public (which will be published in the second half of October) and non-public (must be completed before the end of the year). According to the newspaper, the public part of the report on forensic audit is still not published. According to unofficial data of the newspaper “mirror of the week. Ukraine”, the NBU has twice returned to Kroll and AlixPartners prepared their report, “finding in it the fact that [the Bank] wanted to see.”