ICO withdraws advisory support in dispute between NatWest Bank and former worker over customer data

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ICO withdraws advisory support in dispute between NatWest Bank and former worker. Image Credit: ICO
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ICO withdraws advisory support in dispute between NatWest Bank and former worker. Image Credit: ICO

Bank's ex-employee claims she has highly sensitive details of 1,600 customers, but bank is not taking it back

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has ended its advisory support in a dispute between NatWest Bank and a former employee over highly confidential data of more than 1,600 customers, which the...

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