India’s largest bank, State Bank of India, said it had blocked close to 6 lakh debit cards following a malware-related security breach in a non-SBI ATM network. Several other banks, such as Axis Bank, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank, too have admitted being hit by similar cyber attacks — forcing Indian banks to either replace or request users to change the security codes of as many as 3.2 million debit cards over the last two months.
On September 5, some banks came across fraudulent transactions in which debit cards were used in China and the US when customers were actually in India. Cardholders also detected similar transactions — subsequently, the banks complained to the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), which has oversight over retail payments systems in India. The probe by NPCI found a malware-induced security breach in the systems of Hitachi Payment Services, which provides ATMs, point of sale and other services in India. The investigation alleged that the security breach occurred in the ATMs of a particular private bank. (On Thursday, Hitachi spokesperson Loney Anthony said that an interim report submitted by an independent auditor in September did not “suggest any breach/compromise” in its systems, and that the final report was expected by mid November.)
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