Cyberabad Police busts biggest data theft, info of 66.9 cr individuals & firms compromised

Cyberabad Police have recently busted the biggest data theft case in India, with the information of 66.9 crore individuals and firms compromised.

The Cyberabad Police have arrested two people in connection with the data theft. The accused have been identified as Rajesh Kumar and Srinivas Reddy. They are accused of stealing data from the servers of a private company in Hyderabad.

The data theft was discovered when the company noticed that its servers were being accessed without authorization. Upon further investigation, it was found that the data of 66.9 crore individuals and firms had been compromised.

The data included personal information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, PAN numbers, Aadhaar numbers, bank account details, and other sensitive information.

The Cyberabad Police have launched an investigation into the case and are working with the company to identify the source of the data theft. They are also working with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to investigate the case further.

The Cyberabad Police have urged people to be vigilant and take necessary precautions to protect their data. They have also advised people to use strong passwords and two-factor authentication to protect their accounts.

The Cyberabad Police have also urged people to report any suspicious activity or data theft to the police. They have also asked people to be aware of phishing emails and other scams.

This data theft case is a reminder of the importance of data security and the need to take necessary precautions to protect our data. It is also a reminder of the need for companies to take data security seriously and ensure that their systems are secure.