Several Indian companies have been facing major cyber-attacks lately. Domino’s India owned by Jubilant FoodWorks witnessed a massive data breach worth about 13TB database which includes details of customers as well as in-house employees across various verticals.
According to Alon Gal, Chief Technology Officer of security firm Hudson Rock, a threat actor has claimed to have access to Dominos India’s database which includes 1 million credit card details and also 180 million order details which will go on sale for $550,000 (approx. Rs 4 crore) meant for a single buyer. The data set also includes mobile numbers, names, home addresses, payment types, and social login ids.
Apart from the data of customers, reports state that data of almost 250 employers of the company across different departments were also leaked.
The hacker has plans to build a search portal for queries regarding the data. The same threat actor is said to be behind the recent MobiKwik attack. The data of which was sold to a reseller and is now available on the dark web.
As for an official statement, Domino’s India stated that ‘no financial data have been leaked and in regard to their policies, they do not store financial or credit card details of their customers. In addition to this, they also affirmed that the leak has in no way affected the business or any internal operations of the company.
Dominos is not going to be the last of India’s cyber victims and the guarantee to that possibility is the most important reason why within quality and quantity assurance, data security assurance should also be served to the customers.
By Divya Alex (Content Writer, WCSF)