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3.2 Mn Debit Cards Under Threat; What Are Banks Doing? -

In one of the biggest security breaches in the Indian banking industry, at least 3 million bank debit cards have come under threat due to an alleged security breach after Yes Bank's ATM raised fears of a potential fraud. According to media reports, the ...and more »

Debit Card Breach: India's Banking System Has Been Caught With Its Pants Down - The Wire

How big was the breach? Are ATMs still affected? What type of data was stolen? Poor regulation and insufficient information-sharing within the banking industry has left the general public in the dark. The malware infiltration apparently hit a group of ...and more »

Indian banks have denied responsibility for the huge debit card data leak – leaving no one to blame -

The RBI proposed that banks must compensate customers for fraudulent transactions but it also allows banks to hide details of security breaches from the public. by Mayank Jain. Published Oct 21, 2016 · 07:53 pm. Indian banks have denied responsibility ...and more »

3.2 million debit cards compromised; SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI, YES Bank and Axis worst hit - Economic Times

MUMBAI: Banks in India will either replace or ask users to change the security codes of as many as 3.2 million debit cards in what's emerging as one of the biggest ever breaches of financial data in India, people aware of the matter said. Several ...and more »

The Big Debit Card Breach: Three Things Card Holders Need To Understand - BloombergQuint

A total of 32 lakh debit cards across 19 banks could have been compromised on account of a purported fraud, the National Payment Corporation of India said in a statement. The issue was brought to light when State Bank of India blocked the debit cards ...and more »

ATM security breach hits 19 banks, 641 people; Rs 1.3 cr stolen: NPCI explains how it happened - Firstpost

The country's largest every security breach has set off alarm bells for banks and customers alike with around 30 lakh debit cards issued in India by various banks, including the largest State Bank of India, coming under threat of potential financial ...and more »

Massive ATM Card Hack Hits Indian Banks, 3.2 Million Debit Cards Affected - Huffington Post India

Have you received an alert from your bank recently urging you to change your ATM PIN? Turns out a massive debit card hack has reportedly hit major Indian banks such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Yes Bank, Axis Bank and SBI, compromising as many as 3.2 ...and more »

32 lakh ATM cards hacked: Is your debit card safe, should you change PIN? Everything you need to know - India Today

If you have a debit card and if you are in India, it is very likely that you have received a message from your bank telling you to change the PIN of your ATM card. While sending this message is a standard practice that all banks do from time to time ...and more »

CERT-In had instructed banks on October 7 to stay alert in wake of surgical strikes - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: India's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), the government's apex watchdog against cyberattacks, had instructed banks to be on heightened alert as recently as two weeks ago even as a malware infection was spreading through their ...and more »

Are you likely to be conned by online fraudsters? Take this quiz and find out - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Banks in India are asking users or replacing security codes of as many as 3.2 million debit cards after the biggest ever financial breach in India. Of the cards, 2.6 million are said to be on the Visa and Master-Card platform and 600,000 on ...and more »