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TCS says no impact of 'purported data breach' on its data, systems

PTI
Published : Oct 7, 2017, 5:39 pm IST
Updated : Oct 7, 2017, 5:40 pm IST

The Aadhaar-issuing body, UIDAI, had also clarified that there has been no security breach of its database or central repository.

Tata Consultancy Serviceson Saturday said it has seen no impact on its systems due to
 Tata Consultancy Serviceson Saturday said it has seen no impact on its systems due to "purported breach" flagged by security firm Seqrite Cyber Intelligence Labs.

New Delhi: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the country's largest software services firm, on Saturday said it has seen no impact on its systems due to "purported breach" flagged by security firm Seqrite Cyber Intelligence Labs.

"There is no impact to TCS data, mails or its other systems as a result of the purported breach," TCS said in a regulatory filing.

Earlier this week, Seqrite Cyber Intelligence Labs (a unit of BSE-listed Quick Heal Technologies) had said it had tracked an advertisement that claims to have "secret access" to database dump of over 6,000 Indian entities, including government agencies and private organisations.

It named a number of organisations in its blog, including UIDAI (Aadhaar) and TCS.

The Aadhaar-issuing body, UIDAI, had also clarified that there has been no security breach of its database or central repository.  

Tags: data breach, tcs
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