Hackers have stolen 22 gigabytes of data from municipal servers in Almelo, reports NU.nl. It says that although it is unclear what data have been leaked, people’s personal data have almost certainly been affected. Hackers reportedly gained access to systems for Werkplein Twente, a partnership between the UWV benefit agency and areas in Twente that help find work for people with a disability or who are on the unemployment benefits. It is apparently unclear how long the system has been compromised as the hack was discovered by chance.
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