6 Lakh Indians’ Data Sold on Bot Markets, Making it Most-affected Nation

Bhaswati Guha Majumder reports:

A recent study revealed that approximately 5 million people worldwide have had their data stolen and sold on the bot market, with 600,000 from India.

It means that India, which is still waiting for a data protection bill to become law, is the most severely impacted country in the world, accounting for 12% of all data on bot markets, which are online marketplaces used by cybercriminals to sell data they have stolen.

Read more at News18.

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