A breach occurred in one of Canada's major banks, but it wasn't through a hacker; it was an employee. The bank had an employee who would print customer profiles of individuals who had applied for mortgages. The employee would then provide this personal and financial information to his girlfriend, who then sold the information to third parties for fraudulent purposes.
In this particular case, there were 643 customer files were accessed by the employee and 138 customers had advised the bank that they had been victims of identity fraud.
The bank had to notify each of the customers affected by the breach, and offered a complimentary credit monitoring service, and identity theft protection. In addition, the bank also had to compensate the 138 customers for their losses.