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LONDON: British outsourcing company Capita has warned it could lose between £15m and £20m ($25m) after its systems were hacked in a cyber incident earlier this year.

Capita, which provides business support services to governments and businesses, said in a statement Wednesday that the incident compromised some data on less than 0.1% of its server assets and that it is taking steps to recover and protect its systems. said.

The incident’s cost of up to £20m was the result of expert compensation and investment in increased cyber protection.

“Capita is working closely with all appropriate regulatory authorities, as well as our customers, suppliers and colleagues to notify those affected and take any remaining steps necessary to address the incident.” the company said.

The group added that trading was in line with expectations, recording annual profit of £449m in the first four months of the year, up 16% on the same period last year.

($1 = £0.7923) Cyber ​​hack cost UK outsourcer Capita up to $25 million

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