Christians Against Poverty pleads for forgiveness over data breach

John Leyden reports:

UK debt relief charity Christians Against Poverty has begun writing to supporters following a data breach that exposed personal details – including phone and bank account numbers, and banking sort codes.

Unidentified hackers broke into the charity’s systems in late July. The intrusion was only detected a week later, as an alert by Christians Against Poverty (a charity that works to lift the poor out of debt) explains.

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