In another high-profile case, Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome have both had their drug-testing records revealed to the public. 

Echoing cases such as Ashley Madison, this wasn't done for monetary gain, and as no anti-doping rules were breached it is clear of the malicious intent of this so-called 'Cyber-Espionage group', Fancy Bear.

They have attempted only to smear the reputations of these, currently, 29 athletes. This begs the question - Do organisations that don't directly deal with payment card data hold security to as high of a standard as those who do? 

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