The personal information of anyone who registered to vote in the country between 2014 and 2022 was exposed due to a data breach, according to the UK Electoral Commission. This may theoretically expose millions of people to a higher risk of identity theft.
Millions of UK people may have had their identities and addresses taken because the information acquired by an unidentified threat actor in October included voters who were registered as international voters.
The Electoral Commission continues by saying that anyone who attempted to get in touch with it via its website or email may also have been a victim of the attack. Our email and file-sharing systems, which include a variety of information and data, were accessible during the cyberattack read more UK data breach leaves millions of voters exposed.
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