Loss of unencrypted disks behind National Lottery Community Fund data breach

News and information from the Advent IM team.

The National Lottery Community Fund has said that two missing unencrypted disks were the cause of the data breach that it warned charities about last month.

The grant-maker had said that more than six years’ worth of contact and bank details had potentially been exposed to fraud. It said the breach involved data provided to it between September 2013 and December 2019 by UK Portfolio, England funding and Building Better Opportunities customers.

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