Outsourcing group Interserve is recovering from a cyberattack which took place over the weekend that may have seen the details of up to 100,000 people stolen. Hackers broke into a human resources database owned by the outsourcing firm, which recently helped build the Birmingham Nightingale Hospital, on May 9 and stole information on current and former Interserve employees, a company insider said.
Outsourcing giant Interserve announced late last night that it suffered a cyberattack earlier this month. I'm told hackers got into their HR database on Saturday https://t.co/YHkFe9LiHx
— James Cook (@JamesLiamCook) May 13, 2020