ICO serves Interserve £4.4m fine after cyberattack

Tom Allen
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ICO serves Interserve £4.4m fine after cyberattack

The regulator said Interserve lacked adequate systems, protocols, risk assessments and staff training.

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has handed down a £4.4 million fine to construction group Interserve, after attackers stole personal information on more than 100,000 employees. That ...

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