Laptop theft sees The Pensions Trust lose data on 109,000 members - UPDATE 5

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A laptop containing the unencrypted personal data of 109,000 Pensions Trust members has been stolen from software provider NorthgateArinso.

The laptop contained unencrypted, but password protected, information about individuals who were members of six of The Pensions Trust's schemes - and held data including name, address, date of birt...

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