Calgary charity hit by data breach says it responded appropriately despite client concerns

Tomasia DaSilva reports:

A Calgary charity has confirmed to Global News it was the victim of an email data breach last fall.

Now, one of its former clients wants to know why it took so long to be alerted.

The Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS) sent an email to Michael Friesen on Wednesday to inform him that a staff member’s email account had been hacked and some of his personal information may have been put at risk. That information included his driver’s license, bank statements and rent report.

Read more at Global News.

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