Taiwan’s civil service system reports data breach

Huang Tzu-ti reports:

Taiwan’s civil service system reported an information security breach incident on Monday (June 24), with the personal information of at least 240,000 civil servants being compromised.

Through a notice published on its website, the Ministry of Civil Service (MOCS) said it received a tip-off on June 22 about the data breach, suggesting an information leak of more than 590,000 personnel in its database. The information was made available on foreign websites, said the agency.

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