Security News > 2024 > February > Europe's largest caravan club admits wide array of personal data potentially accessed
The Caravan and Motorhome Club and the experts it drafted to help clean up the mess caused by a January cyberattack still can't figure out whether members' data was stolen.
According to an update shared with members late last week and now published on its website, the CAMC listed all the different types of data that might have been accessed, and all the data that definitely wasn't, but remained firmly on the fence as to whether any theft actually took place.
For caravan insurance policies between 2018 and 2024, members may have had their names, policy numbers, policy prices, and policy start and end dates accessed.
Members who made claims on their Red Pennant emergency assistance - breakdown cover for European trips - between 2018 and 2024 may have had a wealth of data accessed.
The organization has asked members not to make contact regarding any possible personal data security matters as it will be contacting affected members directly, should the data be eventually found to be compromised.
Members were pleading with the club for days to gain assurances that their data was safe.