Universiti Malaya, JPDP looking into report of massive data breach affecting the university


  • TECH
  • Saturday, 19 Oct 2019

PETALING JAYA: Universiti Malaya (UM) and the Personal Data Protection Department (JPDP) said they are aware of and are looking into a report claiming that the varsity has suffered a massive data breach.

Technology portal Lowyat.net on Friday (Oct 19) night reported that personal data of both UM academic and non-academic staff, including payslips and bank account details, were leaked on an anonymous file-sharing site.

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