British Airways, Boots, BBC payroll data stolen in MOVEit supply-chain attack

Jessica Lyons Hardcastle reports:

British Airways, the BBC, and UK pharmacy chain Boots are among the companies whose data has been compromised after miscreants exploited a critical vulnerability in deployments of the MOVEit document-transfer app.

Microsoft reckons the Clop ransomware crew stole the information.

British Airways, the BBC, and Boots were not hit directly. Instead, payroll services provider Zellis on Monday admitted its MOVEit installation had been exploited, and as a result “a small number of our customers” – including the aforementioned British trio – had their information stolen.

Read more at The Register.

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