Air India data breach leaked (cyber attack) more than 45 lakh passengers personal details like passport credit card: In its statement, the airline said, “We are going to tell you that a data breech has been detect in our Passenger Servic’s data processor SITA PSS system.” Due to this data breech, the personal information of many passengers, such as passports and credit card details have been leaked.
Information about a large cyber attack has been reveal on the server of Air India. This cyber attack took place in Feb, due to which more than 4.5 million airlines have leaked personal information of passengers such as passport, credit card details, name, address, mobile number etc. The national airline has given this information via tweet.
In its statement, the airline said, “We are going to tell you that a data breech has been detected in our passenger servic’s data processor SITA PSS system. Due to this data breech, the personal information of many passengers, such as passports and credit card details have been leaked.
The government airline has said in its statement that personal information of passengers traveling between. 26 Aug 2011 to 20 Feb 2021 has been affect due to this. Up to 10 years of data has been leak due to cyber attack. Come, know the big things about this data leak…
Big things about Air India |cyber attack| Data Leak:
- Due to cyber attack, personal information of 4.5 million people around the world. who have been traveling in the last 10 years in Air India has been leaked.
- The airline is giving information about this data security breech by contacting passengers privately. Due to this data breech, personal information of passengers, including name, date of birth, contact, passport, ticket, credit card details.
- In March this year, Air India was tell about the breech in the data processor SITA PSS. This cyber attack was carried out in the last week of February.
- Air India has assured the passengers that the leaked information. In this data breach has not been misused in any way. The company is talking to the regulatory agency of India and abroad and sharing information about this cyber attack.
Apart from this, the government airline is also asking passengers to change their passwords etc.