Investigate data leak to restore public confidence


IT’S been nearly four months since the revelation that the personal data of 22.5 million Malaysian citizens were stolen from government services and sold on the dark web.

The data included full names, identification numbers, home addresses, phone numbers and ID photos. This data could easily be used by scammers to cheat law- abiding citizens out of their hard-earned money and subject them to other security threats.

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