Tekun Nasional lodges police report over cyberattack on SPIM system


JOHOR BAHRU: The National Entrepreneur Group Economic Fund (Tekun Nasional) lodged a police report on Wednesday (Feb 16) after its online application system for Informal and Micro Financing Scheme (SPIM) was believed to have been hacked.

Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar (pic) said initially, Tekun Nasional explained that the issue of delays was due to technical glitches, but after an internal investigation, it identified that the system had been hacked.

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