Thomas Cook info blowing in the wind

Staff at a Dundee travel agent have been told to tighten up their procedures for handling confidential documents after a sheet of paper containing sensitive information was found in a city centre street (writes Maura Bowman).

A concerned passer-by handed the document in to the Evening Telegraph as he feared it could fall into the wrong hands.

Bearing the Thomas Cook logo, the document is a computer printout created on June 16 and has details of the incentive payments earned by members of staff.

Worryingly, it includes the names and payroll numbers of 20 people.

Read more in The Evening Telegraph

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