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Singtel vendor data breach results in 129,000 customers' data compromised - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Singtel vendor data breach results in 129,000 customers' data compromised

A data breach at a Singtel vendor, has resulted in the leak of personal data of some 129,000 customers.


61% of IT professionals have experienced a serious data breach: McAfee

SINGAPORE (May 6): Despite improvements to combating cybercrime and threats, IT security professionals are still struggling to fully protect their organisation against breaches with 61% claiming to

Data privacy

End of data's 'Golden Age'

The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal that broke a year ago underscored the value and vulnerability of personal data in the internet age.

Data privacy

Corporate paperwork to get easier with data-sharing service MyInfo Business

SINGAPORE (Apr 15): Eric Chua, owner of IT solutions company Rocket Buzzer, once spent over a week trying to open a corporate bank account.


US man blamed for Singapore data leak on 14,200 HIV+ patients

(Jan 28): Records of as many as 14,200 people with HIV and their 2,400 contacts have been “illegally disclosed online”, Singapore’s health ministry said in a statement, marking the second cyberatta


Google acknowledges mistakes on privacy issues as US seeks input

(Sept 26): Leading internet search engine Google will acknowledge that it has made “mistakes” on privacy issues in testimony an executive of the Alphabet Inc unit will deliver to a US Senate commit


More than half of consumers in APAC prioritise security over convenience in app experience

SINGAPORE (Aug 1): More than half (53%) of consumers will prioritise security features over the functionality and convenience of an app, according to a study commissioned by F5 Networks in partners

SIAS says data of 70,000 members stolen in 2013

SINGAPORE (July 25): The Securities Investors Association (Singapore) has discovered a data breach that happened five years ago.

In print this week

Does Facebook's data breach spell the beginning of the end for digital advertising?

SINGAPORE (May 4): Advertising on social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook may come under threat in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.


Is Singapore falling behind in the race for cyber security?

SINGAPORE (July 19): Asia Pacific companies may be loosening their purse strings on cyber security, but this may not necessarily yield the desired results, according to a new report by security com