Phisher folk reel in Computacenter security vetting mailbox packed with sensitive staff data

Paul Kunert reports:

The third-party mailbox used by Computacenter employees and contractors to deposit data for security clearance applications has been hacked and used in phishing scams.

The company, one of Europe’s largest resellers, counts some of the biggest names in financial services among its corporate client base, and sells to a raft of local and central government customers.

Computacenter wrote to its staff yesterday to confirm the incident:

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