Indian banks asked to probe alleged data leak of 1.3 million credit/debit cards1 min read 31 Oct 2019, 04:46 PM IST
Security researchers at Singapore-based Group-IB had found that card details were being sold at a price of $100 per card: Report
The value of the leaked database has been estimated by the group at $130 million
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked banks to ensure customers' debit and credit card data is secure and investigate reports that say data of 1.3 million accounts was available online, a notice seen by Reuters showed. Banks should secure the customers' data by performing a preliminary analysis of the leaked card information online, the RBI notice said, and cited an article by tech news site ZDNet on Tuesday.