NHK WORLD reports that Porsche Japan had a network breach leading to customer data being leaked:

The Japanese arm of German automaker Porsche says more than 28,000 email addresses have been leaked via a hack.

Porsche Japan says information at risk includes 23,151 email addresses belonging to customers who asked for product brochures via the internet between 2000 and 2009.

Its officials suspect their customers’ names, postal addresses, phone numbers and income information may also have been compromised.

They have also admitted to a leak of email addresses of customers who participated in a 2015 sales campaign.

Not good at all. I am curious what attack vector was used to breach the network and subsequently exfiltrate the data. Additionally, I wonder what their security operations center and situational awareness capabilities are.