Stolen storage device leads to loss of customer bank and personal data

RSA offers customers free identity theft insurance for two years.
by Lee Munson
The personal details of thousands of Lloyds Bank account holders have gone missing following the suspected theft of a data storage box.
The breach affects any customers who made a claim under a Royal Sun Alliance (RSA) emergency home cover policy attached to their £25 a month Lloyds Premier bank account between 2006 and 2012.
RSA said the storage device disappeared from one of its data centres on 30 July 2015, but it did not notify police until much later as it attempted to resolve the issue ‘internally’. The Organised Crime Unit is now investigating the matter.
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