Hackers obtain UK overseas aid projects sensitive data

06/03/2021 | The Guardian

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and experts from the National Cyber Security Centre have opened an investigation to establish how hackers were able to get hold of sensitive documents about British aid projects. The personal data of the people involved in pitching for contracts has also been exposed. 

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