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Cyber Attack On Air India Servers 45 Lakh Customers Data Leaked

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Cyber Attack On Air India Servers

Cyber Attack On Air India Servers:- Today’s breaking news on treading that the most popular Airline company “Air India” are hacked and there are too many customers data are leaked. According to the details this the biggest cyber attack on Air India Servers.

All the data of customers just like a passport, contact, ticket information, and credit card details were stolen.

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Cyber Attack On Air India Servers

The updated news from Air India is that the servers of Air India are hacked now and there are 45 lakh customer data just like passport, contact, ticket information, and credit card details were stolen.

Air India Statement On Cyber Attack

This is to inform that SITA PSS our data processor of the passenger service system (which is responsible for storing and processing of personal information of the passengers) had recently been subjected to a cybersecurity attack leading to personal data leak of certain passengers.

While we had received the first notification in this regard from our data processor on 25.02.2021, we would like to clarify that the identity of the affected data subjects was only provided to us by our data processor on 25.03.2021 & 5.04.2021.

The present communication is an effort to apprise of accurate state of facts as on date and to supplement our general announcement of 19th March 2021 initially made via our website.

This is to inform that SITA PSS our data processor of the passenger service system (which is responsible for storing and processing of personal information of the passengers) had recently been subjected to a cybersecurity attack leading to personal data leak of certain passengers.

This incident affected around 4,500,000 data subjects in the world.

While we had received the first notification in this regard from our data processor on 25.02.2021, we would like to clarify that the identity of the affected data subjects was only provided to us by our data processor on 25.03.2021 & 5.04.2021.

The present communication is an effort to apprise of accurate state of facts as on date and to supplement our general announcement of 19th March 2021 initially made via our website.

The breach involved personal data registered between 26th August 2011 and 3rd February 2021

with details that included name, date of birth, contact information, passport information, ticket information, Star Alliance and Air India frequent flyer data (but no passwords data were affected) as well as credit cards data.

However, in respect of this last type of data, CVV/CVC numbers are not held by our data processor.

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