UK: Admiral remaining vigilant after Aviva data breach

Katie Marriner reports an update to the Aviva insider data leak case:

Admiral has said it is actively working with claims teams to mitigate the risk of a potential data breach after Aviva sacked two employees for giving customer data to claims farming companies.

The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department confirmed last month that two men were arrested and bailed as part of an investigation into two separate reports of theft of information at Aviva.

Speaking to Post today after releasing its full year results, Admiral chief operating officer David Stevens said: “It is something we are very vigilant about because obviously if people are approaching Aviva employees to break the law there is no guarantee that will not approach our own.”

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