Decisions by the Personal Data Protection Commissioner of Singapore
The Personal Data Protection Commissioner of Singapore announced several new decisions this week. Here are three of them:
A financial penalty of $2,000 was imposed on Southaven Boutique for failing to put in place reasonable security arrangement to prevent the unauthorised access of its customers’ personal data in its Point-Of-Sale system server. Read more.
A financial penalty of $12,500 was imposed on PINC Interactive for failing to put in place reasonable security arrangements to protect the personal data in its possession. Directions were also issued to PINC to develop and implement internal data protection policies and practices to comply with the PDPA and to ensure no copies of database were stored on employees’ personal computers. Read more.
A financial penalty of $24,000 was imposed on Lovebonito for failing to put in place reasonable security to protect personal data in its possession. The incident resulted in the personal data being accessed and exfiltrated. Read more.