Low Cyberattack Reporting Leaves India Vulnerable

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Over a year ago, a large Indian bank faced a major cybersecurity breach and was forced to replace 24 million credit cards. But news of this only trickled out to the public.
No one knew if the bank took remediation measures, leaving open the possibility that a breach might happen again. The Reserve Bank of India didn't reveal anything about the case or whether it had moved to changed the regulatory rules to help ensure that it wouldn't happen again.

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