UK: ‘Thousands’ of people could have had personal details in cyber attack on Sandicliffe car dealership

For what… about 14 years now… I have pointed out how many non-medical entities hold sensitive medical information on consumers that may get caught up in breaches.  Today’s example is out of the U.K., where Phoebe Ram reports:

The bank account details and medical histories of ‘possibly thousands’ of people were stolen during a cyber attack on a well-known car dealership company.

Sandicliffe, which has five showrooms in Nottinghamshire, suffered a data breach in February this year, after an employee opened a link in an unsolicited email.

Read more on NottinghamshireLive.

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