The Dutch Data Protection Authority accidentally leaked its employees' data

March 16, 2018

Oh, sweet irony: the Dutch Data Protection Authority – where registered companies are required to report breaches in data – has accidentally leaked the names of some of its employees in over 800 public documents, local outlet NU.nl reports. The discovery comes from Dutch cybersecurity firm NFIR.



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