Data stolen from Scottish regulator in cyberattack published online
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) earlier this month revealed at least 4,000 files containing 1.2GB were stolen in an ongoing ransomware attack that began on Christmas Eve.
SEPA said that data accessed through the attack has now been illegally published. The agency said it does not know, and and may never know the full detail of the 1.2 GB of information stolen. It said some of it will have been publicly available, while some will not have been.