Lloyds Banking Group is replacing debit cards of customers affected by Ticketmaster data breach and British Airways breach, reported BBC.

The British bank already reissued debit cards to all customers that have made purchases on Ticketmaster’s website.

The ticket sales and distribution company reported a data breach on its UK website in June this year. The incident occurred between February and 23 June 2018.

Later in August, Westpac NZ said that it would cancel and replace the cards used for Ticketmaster purchases.

According to BBC, Lloyds is now in discussions with British Airways to determine the customers whose information was compromised during two hacks.

In September, the airways revealed breach of data associated with nearly 380,000 customers who used its mobile app and website between 21 August and 5 September.

It was further disclosed in October that card details of additional 185,000 customers were compromised. These were of cardholders who made reward bookings between April 21 and July 28.

Lloyds devised a variety of approaches against fraud. Lloyds Banking Group representative was quoted by the news agency as saying: “In all cases, we take all possible steps to minimise time without a card.”

The bank immediately replaces debit cards in case of fraud detection. For credit cards, it informs customers about a reissue and offers an option to opt out.

Lloyds said that it had already contacted credit cardholders who were affected by the Ticketmaster breach.