Data leaks at 2 Thai banks spark call for legal safeguards

Cyber-security experts have urged the government to quickly strengthen legal safeguards by adding measures to prevent data leaks after the computer systems of two major Thai banks were hacked recently.

According to the Bank of Thailand (BOT) on Wednesday, the computer systems of Kasikornbank (Kbank) and Krungthai Bank (KTB) were compromised in the attacks, affecting the security of the personal and corporate data of more than 120,000 customers.

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