UK: Children’s charity hit by server theft

Alexander J. Martin reports:

A two-man break in at the London offices of children’s charity Plan UK has resulted in theft of five computer servers.

Plan UK has stated that while “the likely motive was to steal the equipment itself, rather than the data … we cannot escape the fact that personal information is also stored on the servers”.

Explaining what data had been compromised, the charity listed “supporter names, addresses, emails, as well as bank account and sort code numbers”.

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