Eileen Yu reports:
Investigation into Singapore’s most severe cybersecurity breach has uncovered several poor security practices, including the use of weak administrative passwords and unpatched workstations.
The findings were revealed on the first day of hearings led by the Committee of Inquiry (COI), a team set up to probe a July 2018 security breach that compromised personal data of 1.5 million SingHealth patients. The incident also compromised outpatient medical data of 160,000 patients that visited the healthcare provider’s facilities, which included four public hospitals, nine polyclinics, and 42 clinical specialties.
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