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November 2017: AKATI Consulting Discusses Malicious Calls with New Straits Times

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (17 November 2017) - Do not entertain call from telemarketers or scammers asking for personal data. Just end the call. This, according to the cyber security experts, is the best that the public can do as their data already leaked online following the recent massive data breach, involving 46.2 million mobile phone subscribers.

AKATI Consulting Group chief executive officer Krishna Rajagopal said although the leaked data may seem trivial, however the info could be use against other entities such as financial institutions to obtain valuable information that gives the fraudsters in the black market a treasure trove of information about people’s personal and financial lives.

He also said that the massive data breach should not be brushed under the carpet and proper forensic investigation should be done and its root cause should be uncovered.

“Its findings should be shared with the general public as a means to build back public confidence on the sector as well as its related organisations,” added Rajagopal whose company specialises in cyber security.

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