Razer sues IT vendor over data leak, says security breach caused RM31.09mil in losses

An estimated 100,000 Razer customers worldwide had their shipping information and order details leaked. — CHONG JUN LIANG/The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: Home-grown gaming hardware company Razer has sued an IT vendor for allegedly causing a widely reported cybersecurity breach in 2020 that resulted in a leak of its customer and sales data.

In a case that opened in the High Court on Wednesday (July 13), Razer said the breach caused the company to suffer at least US$7mil (RM31.09mil or S$9.84mil) in losses.

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