TransUnion could be fined R10m if hacked personal records were not well protected
Company says it will refuse to pay $15m ransom
TransUnion SA, whose systems were breached by hackers demanding a ransom of $15m (R223m) and claiming to have access to the personal records of 54-million South Africans, could be in hot water with SA’s Information Regulator if its safeguards against cyber attack are found to be insufficient. ..
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