Capita IT breach gets worse as Black Basta claims it’s now selling off stolen data

Jessica Lyons Hardcastle reports:

Black Basta, the extortionists who claimed they were the ones who lately broke into Capita, have reportedly put up for sale sensitive details, including bank account information, addresses, and passport photos, stolen from the IT outsourcing giant.

A spokesperson for the London-based corporation, which has UK government contracts totaling £6.5 billion ($8 billion), said it hasn’t yet confirmed if that data leak is legit.

Read more at The Register.

If you never read Kevin Beaumont’s April 9 column, this might be a good time to read it.

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