SG: Call to mandate reporting of data breaches

Irene Tham reports:

Countries that legally require companies and organisations to report data breaches to the authorities are doing the right thing and the rest of the world should do the same, reporters were told yesterday.

Singapore has yet to follow the lead of mature jurisdictions such as the United States and Canada that make it compulsory to notify customers and privacy commissions when personal information is compromised.

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