Legal action underway over University of Cumbria data breach

Cumbria Crack reports:

Students, staff and partners of universities across the UK who may have had their personal details leaked online are preparing to take legal action against the organisations amidst concerns that more should have been done to protect their data.

Confidential information including names, dates of birth, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses are thought to have been stolen by hackers in the ransomware attack which took place this year on Blackbaud – a cloud computing provider that serves non-profits, foundations, corporations, education institutions and healthcare organisations.

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