Jul 28, 2020
National Trust joins victims of Blackbaud hack
The UK's National Trust is among more than 80 organisations that have confirmed data breaches resulting from an attack on cloud computing provider Blackbaud. The National Trust said that data about its volunteering and fundraising communities had been involved, but not that of its wider 5.6 million members. Blackbaud has said the data did not include bank account or payment card details. Although Blackbaud has said the cyber-criminals had provided confirmation that the stolen data was destroyed, one expert questioned whether such an assurance could be trusted. Blackbaud has declined to name or number the organisations impacted, beyond saying it is a "Subset" of its thousands of clients.
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