Red Cross shuts systems after cyberattack on 500,000 humanitarian data records

A cyberattack on a Swiss company that stores data for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has forced the charity to shut down systems that hold more than 500,000 personal data records on vulnerable people.

The ICRC appealed to the cyberattackers yesterday not to share, sell or lea...

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