AIA checks systems after portal containing personal data of over 200 people made publicly accessible

According to the AIA, there was a maximum exposure of 623 records which belonged to 225 AIA agents, former agents, and their next of kin.
According to the AIA, there was a maximum exposure of 623 records which belonged to 225 AIA agents, former agents, and their next of kin.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Insurance company AIA is running a check on all its systems after one of its Web portals, which contained the personal information of more than 200 people, was found to be publicly accessible.

When The Straits Times visited the portal last Wednesday (Feb 27), it was found to contain the names, NRIC numbers, genders, dates of birth and contact numbers of 225 AIA agents, former agents and their family members, including children as young as two.

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