Personal Data of Over 515,000 Red Cross-Aided Victims Breached


At least 60 Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies had the personal data of more than 515,000 “highly vulnerable” victims breached, InfoSecurity Magazine reports. The data was stolen from a Swiss contractor that stored it for the global humanitarian organization based in Geneva, Switzerland. The breach affected some of the most vulnerable people in the world, including those separated from their families due to conflict, migration or disaster, missing persons, and those in detention in various countries. Full Story


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