The Standard reports:
Authorities are now mulling to introduce a law on cyber security and will strengthen communications with overseas agencies, said I&T minister Sun Dong following a recent hacking on Cyberport’s computer system.
Some 400 gigabytes of data, including HKID card numbers, bank statements and resumes, was stolen and released on the dark web by hacker organization Trigona, which asked for a ransom of US$30,000 (~HK$2.35 million). The data was then put up for bidding online.
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