Jasa Marga Subsidiary Clarifies Alleged Hacking, Data Leak
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Jasamarga Tollroad Operator (JMTO), which is a subsidiary of state-owned toll operator Jasa Marga, responded to news about the alleged data leak from a number of its applications.
JMTO claims the data that was allegedly breached only consists of internal data and administration-related data, not customer data in the JNTO app.
"It has been confirmed that it is not related to customer data in the JMTO app," said JMTO corporate communication community Lisye Octaviana in a statement on Thursday, August 25, 2022.
Lisye said that PT JMTO has now disabled the servers affected by the attack. Lisye added that the company is in the process of recovering the data and moving the system to a more secure server, and closing the security vulnerabilities.
"We are cooperating with competent people in conducting cyber security assessments in the system at PT JMTO," Lisye said.
Previously, a hacker group proclaiming to be the Desorden Group claimed responsibility for hacking and breaching the data from one of the country’s largest toll operators, Jasa Marga Toll Road Operator.
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