Attackers threaten to publish Royal Mail stolen data

12/01/2023 | The Guardian

Following the ransomware attack earlier this week, which left Royal Mail unable to dispatch letters and parcels to overseas destinations, the criminal group claiming to be behind the attack has threatened to publish stolen data unless their terms are met. 

The Information Commissioner's Office has been notified of the incident and has confirmed in a statement that it will be making enquiries. 

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