Capita informs employees data stolen from its own pension fund

07/07/2023 | The Register

The technology outsourcing company Capita has recently informed some of its employees that their personal information, including addresses, pension details and national insurance numbers, have been stolen due to the cybercrime attack on its systems. The company explained that its own pension fund was also affected by the security breach, which was carried out by a Russian cybercrime group in March.

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