Making it mandatory to declare data breaches


Amirudin says CSM encourages companies to come forward if their system has been breached.

There needs to be a law to compel Malaysian companies to disclose data breaches, especially when personal information has been stolen.

With the increasing number of data ­breaches in the country, it is high time to make it mandatory for companies in Malaysia to disclose such incidents.

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