SG: Fined for leaking 8,000 people’s personal data

K.C. Vijayan

A printing firm hired by an insurance company sent erroneous account statements to policyholders that resulted in more than 8,000 people having their personal data leaked.

The data breach by Toh-Shi Printing Singapore was its second such infringement and it was fined $25,000 last month by the Personal Data Protection Commission Singapore (PDPC) for failing to implement adequate checks in processing personal data.

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