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The Caravan and Motorhome Club (CAMC) has provided an update to its members regarding the potential theft of their data in a January cyberattack. The club has listed all the different types of data that might have been accessed, but it still cannot confirm whether any theft actually occurred. CAMC has asked members not to contact them regarding possible data security matters, as they will be directly contacting affected members if a compromise is found.
The cyber security team conducting the forensic investigation cannot confirm that any member data has been accessed, stolen, or is being used in an unauthorized manner.
The potential data compromise includes names, addresses, vehicle registration numbers, policy numbers, policy start and end dates, and membership numbers for those who purchased Mayday breakdown insurance policies between 2018 and 2024. For caravan insurance policies during the same period, members may have had their names, policy numbers, policy prices, and policy start and end dates accessed. Members who made claims on their Red Pennant emergency assistance for European trips may have also had a wealth of data accessed. CAMC is reassuring its members that if their data is eventually found to be compromised, they will be contacted directly by the organization.
In the spirit of transparency, we want to make you aware that the following data was held on the servers that were potentially accessed.