SG employment agency that suffered data breach says most stolen data is from fake profiles


Protemps’ entire server had its data stolen and deleted on Oct 4, and the stolen data was uploaded online three days later. — Background photo created by jcomp - www.freepik.com

SINGAPORE: An employment agency that suffered a data breach earlier this month has issued a statement acknowledging the incident, but said it never received any ransom demand to recover the data.

In its first comments on the attack, Protemps Employment Services said on Oct 27 that most of the stolen data was from fake profiles.

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