Indian Army Probes Alleged Data Breach In Northern Command Amid Border Tensions

Shloak Prabhu reports:

The Indian Army is probing an alleged case of data breach in its northern command after a soldier was caught sharing data with Pakistani operatives. The data breach matter came to light after army officials caught the soldier from Punjab who was posted with the Northern Command. This came amid Indian Army’s recent military stand-off with the Chinese Army.

An enquiry has been ordered by the officials to figure how the soldier got his hands on the data. In addition, the enquiry will also probe the extent of data which was shared with the operatives of Pakistani agencies. “The probe would also find out how deeply the soldier was engaged with the enemy operatives and how much was he compromised by them.” said sources.

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