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PFNI demands action following 'monumental' data breach

The data concerned contained the surnames and initials of current employees alongside the location and department within which they work.

PFNI demands action following 'monumental' data breach

Date - 9th August 2023
By - Cash Boyle
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The PSNI has admitted that the information leaked in a significant data breach was "made available as a result of our own error". Assistant chief constable Chris Todd said that while this is the case, anyone who accessed the information...
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