Reliance Jio data breached by website, company says it is ‘unauthentic’

A website has claimed to have posted subscriber data of Reliance Jio customers, including email IDs, names and Aadhaar numbers, on the website magicapk.com. While it couldn’t be confirmed whether the data related to all of Jio’s 120 million subscribers was uploaded, queries made through the website for some older numbers returned with information of all the fields.

A website has claimed to have posted subscriber data of Reliance Jio customers, including email IDs, names and Aadhaar numbers, on the website magicapk.com. Hours after the initial reports of the data being posted on the website on Sunday, it was suspended.

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Stolen Laptop Leads to Possible Healthcare Data Breach in KS

Valley Hope Association, a Kansas-based non-profit that provides drug and alcohol addiction treatment, recently announced a data security breach after a work-issued laptop containing patient information was stolen from an employee’s car on December 30, 2015.

Recent healthcare data breaches include cases of unencrypted email and a stolen hard drive. Read more..

First-ever EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee

Firms supplying essential services, e.g. for energy, transport, banking and health, or digital ones, such as search engines and cloud computing, will have to take action to improve their ability to withstand cyber-attacks under new rules approved by Internal Market MEPs on Thursday. These rules, informally agreed by MEPs and Council negotiators on 7 December, were approved by 34 votes to 2. They now need to be endorsed by the Council and the full Parliament.

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