The Karnataka Police arrested two students, in the alleged security breach case of the Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Notably, during the two days visit of Amit Shah in Karnataka, a major security breach was reported. The arrested person into the matter are identified as Imran and Zibran, and are being grilled by the State Police. The accused student violated security guidelines, while Shah was in Bengaluru, for a meeting.
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The HDFC bank officials, denied any hacking and alleged security breach. The clarification from the bank came hours after a hacker dumped 7.5 GB data purportedly belonging to HDFC customers. Hi, we wish to state that there is no data leak at HDFC Bank and our systems have not been breached or accessed in any unauthorised manner. We remain confident of our systems, said HDFC.
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Amid security breach, three CISF commandos have been dismissed from service and two senior officers of its VIP security unit. Notably, a security breach was reported at the residence of National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval. After the investigation, three CSIF officials were dismissed, said the central government officials. Furthermore, Ajit Doval is a 'Z plus' category protectee under the central VIP security list in India.
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A high-level probe has been launched after some cyber-security breach committed by some military officials came to light. On April 19, a possible link with some espionage-related acts by another country has been reported by officials. A defense source has revealed that the breach had been found on some WhatsApp groups. The sources have stated that action would be taken against those found guilty, as per the Official Secrets Act.
As per reports, India's power sector has been targeted in recent months by suspected state-sponsored Chinese hackers as part of an evident cyber-espionage campaign. “The prolonged targeting of Indian power grid assets by Chinese state-linked groups offers limited economic espionage or traditional intelligence gathering opportunities,” read the Recorded Future report. Notably, the devices used to initiate the intrusions belonged to South Korea… read-more
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Jubilant FoodWorks' Domino's has faced a security breach where customer details including name, mobile, e-mail and GPS location of 18 crore orders have been leaked. Admitting the breach, Dominos denied the leak of financial details. Calling for a probe into the matter, Dominos said the financial details are not stored as per policy. Cybersecurity expert Rajshekhar Rajaharia has warned that the hacker has put the information on dark web.
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The personal information of over 500 million Facebook users is allegedly leaked online by a hacking group. Including sensitive information like phone numbers, locations, birthdays, emails and full names of users from 106 countries, the leak is reportedly biggest in history. However, Facebook has stated that the data in question belong to a 2019 incident which has already been addressed. Notably, Facebook is struggling with data security… read-more
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