European Parliament recruitment system suffers data breach

07/05/2024 | EURACTIV

On 25 April, the European Parliament confirmed that it had suffered a data breach in an external application used for the recruitment of non-permanent staff. A Parliament spokesperson said that the infrastructure had not been compromised, and it is unknown whether the breach was the result of hacking. Affected users have been notified about the possibility of unauthorised access by external parties to their personal data.

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