Data breach allegations: MobiKwik forensic audit gets moving on RBI order

Payments firm says working closely with requisite authorities to conduct independent audit

hacking, hackers, cyberfraud, cyber security, cyber threat, digital, e-commerce, e-firms, payment, online, privacy, data breach

The allegedly leaked documents, posted on the dark web on Monday, claimed to have 8.2 terabytes (TB) of data

New Delhi/Mumbai
As controversy around the alleged data breach at payments firm MobiKwik rages on, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), it is learnt, has asked the Gurugram-headquartered firm to get a

Also Read

3.5 million MobiKwik users' data up for sale, company denies claim

BigBasket breach: How can people check if their data was hacked?

Data of 100 million credit, debit cardholders leaked on Dark Web

Data safe, security robust, but will do forensic audit, says MobiKwik

Dealing with cyber-attacks

Franklin unitholders to get Rs 1,200 cr in second tranche next week

IPV and the science, art and psychology of early stage investments

FDI in insurance may shorten break-even period by 3 years: IIM Indore study

We will make haste, but slowly: SBFC Finance founder & CEO Aseem Dhru

BharatPe plans to lend Rs 7,000 cr, become 'bank for all' small businesses

First Published: Apr 01 2021 | 6:10 AM IST

Explore News

To read the full story, subscribe to BS Premium now, at just Rs 249/ month.

Key stories on are available only to BS Premium subscribers.

Register to