|Headline||The data of 21,000 drivers appears for sale on the dark web|
An attack on the database of a British insurer – whose name is unknown – led to the leakage of the personal data of 21,000 drivers across the UK. The leaked information included names, addresses, contact methods and driver’s license numbers. Shortly after the theft occurred, the data appeared for sale in “street markets” on the Dark Web.
|Company||British insurance company|
|Type of company||Vehicle insurer|
|Data / Life||Data|
|Recognized by brand||No|