In March 2019, a TeamSport Indoor Karting file was released in error. This file contained personal information about former employees. This page explains more about how the TeamSport data breach happened.
In March 2019, TeamSport Indoor Karting, which operates racing circuits across the UK, suffered a significant data breach. The breach affected former employees of the company.
TeamSport apologised for the data breach and accepted that it did not keep the data as safe as it would have expected.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) – the UK’s data protection regulator – was made aware of the TeamSport Indoor Karting data breach.
The details compromised in the TeamSport data breach included:
See our answers to the FAQs we get asked about the TeamSport Data Breach.
TeamSport Indoor Karting suffered a significant data breach after a file was released in error. This file contained personal information relating to their previous employment with the company.
The information violated in this privacy breach included names, titles, National Insurance numbers, employment dates, student loan deductions, tax codes, earnings, and tax information.
TeamSport has written to all former employees who are impacted by the breach.