Verlingue reports £121,807 costs after cyber attack

Cyber

Verlingue UK’s Companies House filing for last year has shown that an attempted cyber attack in November 2021 cost the business £121,807.

The cost, which was listed as an exceptional item in the document, came to £363,161 in total but was mitigated by cyber insurance cover.

The directors noted in the document: “The costs relating to this incident have been recognised as extraordinary costs for a total amount of £363,161. However, the company benefits from insurance cover for this type of risk, an accrued income was also recognised at the end of 2021 in the amount of £241,356 and the net cost of £121,807 is included in operating

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