Property valuation firm LandMark White's, now known as LMW, has again called a halt to trading on Tuesday saying that a significant number of its clients are yet to resume doing business with the firm after the announcement of a data breach on 5 February.
Regulations surrounding data breaches mean more organisations should be using encryption to protect the information they hold, it has been suggested.
Customer data that leaked from property valuation firm LandMark White, which is now known as LMW, was available on the dark web for more than 10 days before the company became aware of it, the company says in an update about the breach on Friday.
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