SG: Personal data of 30,000 users of NTUC’s e2i training and job matching services may have been breached

Kenny Chee reports:

The personal data of about 30,000 people who have used the services of National Trades Union Congress’ Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) may have been accessed by cyber criminals.

The crooks may have had unauthorised access to people’s names, educational qualifications and NRIC, contact and employment details, according to a statement by e2i on Monday (April 5).

Read more on The Straits Times.

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