Keeping data in safe hands


AN alleged data leak containing the information of 22.5 million Malaysians born between 1940 and 2004, purportedly stolen from the National Registration Department (NRD), has once again put the country’s data security measures in the spotlight.

Although data theft is now considered a major crime worldwide, it still hasn’t attracted the attention it warrants from lawmakers in Malaysia.

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