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Debit card fraud: SBI on alert, ask customers to access its own ATM network - Firstpost;

Debit card fraud: SBI on alert, ask customers to access its own ATM network - Firstpost

FirstpostDebit card fraud: SBI on alert, ask customers to access its own ATM networkFirstpostState Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest commercial lender, has advised its customers to use the bank's own ATM network after the security breach of around six lakh debit cards issued by the bank, an official said. × ...and more »

Debit card data breach: FinMin wants report from RBI, others within 10 days - Business Standard;

Debit card data breach: FinMin wants report from RBI, others within 10 days - Business Standard

Business StandardDebit card data breach: FinMin wants report from RBI, others within 10 daysBusiness StandardThe Finance Ministry has asked various agencies, including RBI, which are looking into the largest banking security breach involving over 32 lakh debit cards, to submit their report in 10 days. “We expect result of the technical enquiry in the next 8 ...and more »

Banks alert as passwords compromised in majority of debit card transactions - Business Standard;

Banks alert as passwords compromised in majority of debit card transactions - Business Standard

Business StandardBanks alert as passwords compromised in majority of debit card transactionsBusiness StandardA man counts money after withdrawing it from a State Bank of India automated teller machine (ATM) in Mumbai, India. Photo: Reuters. ALSO READ. Is you debit card blocked? Banks tell you how to protect yourself from potential fraud FinMin assures ...and more »

Why India needs forensic IT audits for banks to prevent card fraud - ETCIO.com;

Why India needs forensic IT audits for banks to prevent card fraud - ETCIO.com

ETCIO.comWhy India needs forensic IT audits for banks to prevent card fraudETCIO.comBy Hitesh Dharmdasani India has seen several instances of banking cyber fraud over the years. If you haven't received at least one call purportedly from the Reserve Bank asking to reset your PIN, you haven't really lived here. But the recent incident ...and more »

Spell out cyber hygiene measures: RBI to banks after security breach - The Indian Express;

Spell out cyber hygiene measures: RBI to banks after security breach - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressSpell out cyber hygiene measures: RBI to banks after security breachThe Indian ExpressBanks have also been specifically directed by the RBI to put into action a security policy enlisting their strategy on combating such threats. 66. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Anil Sasi | New Delhi | Updated: October ...and more »

RBI set to come out with new norms on debit cards - Hindustan Times;

RBI set to come out with new norms on debit cards - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesRBI set to come out with new norms on debit cardsHindustan TimesWith over 3.2 million debit cards compromised in India's largest banking security breach and most customers not paying heed to bank advisories asking them to change their passwords and PINs, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to issue new ...and more »

Banks need to raise firewalls to protect debit cards - Hindustan Times;

Banks need to raise firewalls to protect debit cards - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesBanks need to raise firewalls to protect debit cardsHindustan TimesFollowing the security breach that led to data of almost 3.2 million debit cards getting compromised, banks need to adopt multiple-level authentication, install improved firewalls and employ only a fixed number of softwares at their ATMs, experts said ...and more »

CERT-In had warned banks on Oct 7 about expected targeted attacks from Pak - ETtech.com;

CERT-In had warned banks on Oct 7 about expected targeted attacks from Pak - ETtech.com

ETtech.comCERT-In had warned banks on Oct 7 about expected targeted attacks from PakETtech.comCERT-In had warned banks on Oct 7 about expected targeted attacks from Pak 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 ...and more »

Hundreds rush to ensure that ATM cards are active - Times of India;

Hundreds rush to ensure that ATM cards are active - Times of India

Times of IndiaHundreds rush to ensure that ATM cards are activeTimes of IndiaNASHIK: The security breach exposing lakhs of debit cards to malware and the banks' ensuing decision to block cards have hit consumers hard in the run-up to Diwali. On Friday, long queues were seen outside ATM kiosks across the city with people ...and more »

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

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

Economic Times3.2 million debit cards compromised; SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI, YES Bank and Axis worst hitEconomic TimesMUMBAI: 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 »

Debit Card Breach Could Dent PM Modi's Push To Go Cashless: Foreign Media - NDTV;

Debit Card Breach Could Dent PM Modi's Push To Go Cashless: Foreign Media - NDTV

NDTVDebit Card Breach Could Dent PM Modi's Push To Go Cashless: Foreign MediaNDTVIndia's quest to become a cashless economy has been dealt a blow by a data breach that compromised as many as 3.2 million debit cards. Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged Indians in a radio address in May to use cashless payments to discourage ...and more »

Debit Card Fraud: Jaitley Seeks Report, Says Aim is to Contain Damage - News18;

Debit Card Fraud: Jaitley Seeks Report, Says Aim is to Contain Damage - News18

News18Debit Card Fraud: Jaitley Seeks Report, Says Aim is to Contain DamageNews18New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said the government has sought a detailed report on the extent of debit card data compromise following the biggest security breach in the Indian banking industry that affected over 32 lakh card holders.and more »

Swift Action to Be Taken in Debit Card Data Compromise: Finance Ministry - News18;

Swift Action to Be Taken in Debit Card Data Compromise: Finance Ministry - News18

News18Swift Action to Be Taken in Debit Card Data Compromise: Finance MinistryNews18New Delhi: Promising swift action on the debit card data compromise issue, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das on Friday said there is no need to panic over the feared security breach that affected over 32 lakh cards. The government, he said ...and more »

SBI advises customers to use own ATMs - Economic Times;

SBI advises customers to use own ATMs - Economic Times

Economic TimesSBI advises customers to use own ATMsEconomic TimesKOLKATA: Following a cyber security breach in the country's banking system, India's largest bank, the State Bank of India (SBI), has advised customers to use its own automatic teller machines (ATMs) for safe transactions and is looking to replace ...and more »

ATM Card Hack: What Banks Are Saying About India's Biggest Data Breach - Huffington Post India;

ATM Card Hack: What Banks Are Saying About India's Biggest Data Breach - Huffington Post India

Huffington Post IndiaATM Card Hack: What Banks Are Saying About India's Biggest Data BreachHuffington Post IndiaAs reports surfaced of a suspected malware affecting as many 3.2 million debit cards, in what could be India's largest financial data breach, banks have largely denied their systems were affected reassuring customers even as they admitted that a breach ...and more »

Everything You Want To Know About The Debit Card Hack - Huffington Post India;

Everything You Want To Know About The Debit Card Hack - Huffington Post India

Huffington Post IndiaEverything You Want To Know About The Debit Card HackHuffington Post IndiaIn what is being described as one of India's biggest financial hacking attack, according to news reported yesterday, at least 3.2 million debit cards issued to Indian users were compromised. Probes and investigations into the hacking have been ordered ...and more »

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

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

Huffington Post IndiaMassive ATM Card Hack Hits Indian Banks, 3.2 Million Debit Cards AffectedHuffington Post IndiaHave 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 »

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

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

Economic TimesAre you likely to be conned by online fraudsters? Take this quiz and find outEconomic TimesNEW 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 »

99.5% debit cards unaffected by data breach, says Finance Ministry - Zee News;

99.5% debit cards unaffected by data breach, says Finance Ministry - Zee News

Zee News99.5% debit cards unaffected by data breach, says Finance MinistryZee NewsThe Finance ministry on Thursday said debit cards are “completely safe” and there is no need to panic over the feared security breach that affected over 32 lakh cards. . PTI| Last Updated: Friday, October 21, 2016 - 10:36. Comment. 0. Comment. 99.5 ...and more »

Govt Assures Prompt Action on ATM Card Data Breach - Outlook India;

Govt Assures Prompt Action on ATM Card Data Breach - Outlook India

Outlook IndiaGovt Assures Prompt Action on ATM Card Data BreachOutlook IndiaWith over 32 lakh debit cards compromised in India's largest banking security breach, the government today went into damage control mode, assuring customers that there is no cause for alarm and prompt action will be taken. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ...and more »