CIMB Group Holdings Berhad (“CIMB”) today announced that several magnetic tapes containing back-up data were physically lost in transit during routine operations. Some of these tapes contain customer information of CIMB Bank and its subsidiaries. Following a thorough and ongoing assessment, there is currently no evidence that any of this information has been compromised. The tape data does not contain any authentication data such as PINs, passwords or credit card CVV numbers.
In adopting a conservative approach to data protection and security, the bank is working with all the relevant authorities and taking all necessary measures to protect its customers. As these are back-up tapes, CIMB still has all customer information.
United Malayan Land Bhd (UMLand), an award-winning property developer with more than 20 years of experience in the property sector, announced the completion of Suasana Iskandar Malaysia, the newest upmarket integrated commercial development.
Strategically located in the bustling city centre of Johor Bahru with close proximity to transportation hubs, Suasana Iskandar Malaysia comprises of Zenith Lifestyle Centre, the first lifestyle hub in Johor City Centre (JBCC); Suasana Iskandar Malaysia, the first and only residential development in JBCC, and the luxurious Amari Johor Bahru, an international hotel brand under the Onyx Hospitality Group.
Quann Malaysia (formerly known as e-Cop Malaysia), a leading regional cyber security services provider, warns that buyers can anonymously purchase 46.2 million Malaysian mobile users data for merely RM32,000 (estimated at current price).
The warning follows the recent revelation that 46.2 million Malaysian mobile users data was on sale for merely 1 Bitcoin (RM32,000). Last week, samples of list containing Malaysian mobile users data from telecommunication companies from 2014 went on sale. The leak includes postpaid and prepaid numbers, customer details, addresses as well as sim card information – including unique IMEI and IMSI numbers.