Sage admits security breach of cloud computing systems affecting 280 companies

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Sage admits security breach of cloud computing systems affecting 280 companies

"Internal login" used in unauthorised access of British software company systems

Sage, one of the UK's biggest software companies, has warned that personal information of employees at 280 organisations in the UK have been compromised in a security breach. The company claims that...

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