Police have called in more than 70 people over KLIA systems glitch


  • Nation
  • Friday, 13 Sep 2019

SHAH ALAM: Police have recorded statements from more than 70 people in connection with the systems glitch at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), says Comm Noor Azam Jamaludin.

The Selangor police chief said among those whose statements were recorded were Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) personnel.

"The investigations are still ongoing.

"It is still too early to conclude, so allow us to investigate further," he told a press conference at the state police headquarters on Friday (Sept 13).

The police are still waiting on reports from various experts, including from CyberSecurity Malaysia.

"We will have a clearer picture once we have obtained the reports. We hope to get the reports as soon as possible," he said.

It had been reported earlier that four MAHB IT officers lodged police reports to distance themselves from the recent technical glitch at KLIA.

They lodged their reports separately on Aug 30 and Sept 3.

The four were among those whose statements have been recorded.

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