Astro suffers another data breach, in the midst of informing affected customers


  • TECH
  • Thursday, 22 Aug 2019

Astro claims that its customers' financial data is not compromised in this breach. — Astro

Astro has suffered another data breach, making this the company’s second known data leak in the span of 18 months.

In an announcement on its official website, Astro states that it had noticed unauthorised access to its customers’ MyKad data which holds details including IC number, date of birth, gender, race and address.

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