Superdrug admits security breach compromising customer data - but claims its systems weren't breached

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Superdrug admits security breach compromising customer data - but claims its systems weren't breached

One early benefit of GDPR: Breached companies are owning up to potential security breaches much faster

Superdrug has admitted that customers' personal details have been obtained by cyber criminals, but claimed that "there is no evidence that Superdrug's systems have been compromised". Instead, in...

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