Revealed: FCA admits to three data breaches last year

Sophie King
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has admitted that there were three cases of data breaches in 2020 in response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request submitted by International Investment's sister title Professional Adviser. The regulator disclosed that there were three separate incidences where data was accidentally made available to the public or people who should not be able to access that information. PA asked what those breaches were in relation to, but the FCA said it was unable to reveal that information. In February last year, the FCA confessed to another data breac...

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