Air India Demands Rs 30 Lakhs for Air India Data Breach
Article Title: “Air India” is demanding Rs 30 lakhs after the latest Air India data breach | Network Security. Full Article Text: Air India has demanded Rs 30 lakhs for the latest data breach of its financial details. The airline has demanded the amount from the Income Tax department after a complaint was received against it. Last month, the Income Tax department received a complaint from Air India that it had not paid Rs 3. 5 lakhs to it. It has also sent a demand notice to the airline for the same amount. Air India has claimed the money to be due to it under Article 25 of the Constitution. The airline has not paid any amount within 60 days from the date of the last letter. The airline has also asked the Income Tax department to file a public interest petition against the government and for an inquiry into its activities. The Income Tax department has already filed a public interest petition against the airline for not providing the data breach detail to the authorities.
India’s first international airline, Air India, has claimed Rs 30 lakhs to settle its latest data breach, after an Income Tax department complained to it – and also asked for further relief.
“Air India has complained to the Income Tax department about the data breach, which has led to a huge loss to the company,” Air India sources said in a statement yesterday.
According to the sources, the new figures show that Air India has filed its tax return for the current income year on August 18, 2014. Air India has not filed a tax return for the last year’s last filing, which ends on December 31. It has filed separate returns for two years.
The airline is asking the Income Tax department to file a public interest petition in the Supreme Court. “The airline also asked the department to investigate the possibility of the airline getting tax relief under the Income Tax Act, 1961 through public interest litigation. The airline has also asked for a comprehensive audit by the finance department on their income and expenditure account of Rs 6. 1 million as claimed on their tax return,” the source said.
The airline has maintained that it cannot pay the amounts due to it at this point. It has also demanded Rs 2 lakhs for the costs of remedying the data breach and for other remedial measures.
“Air India had paid Rs 3. 5 lakhs to the government for various lapses and irregularities in the month of June.
The request of a passenger for compensation after a leak of personal data.
Article Title: The request of a passenger for compensation after a leak of personal data | Network Security.
The request of a passenger for compensation after a leak of personal data | Network Security.
The report discusses a possible threat to the passenger’s private data arising from its data. It is possible that a malicious third party will attempt to damage the passenger’s data, for example by exploiting the information stored in the database as a result of the application of a malicious program. The report presents the analysis of computer processing that is performed on data in the database and the potential that data has in the event of a system failure. The analysis of the processing of data shows that on the one hand the processing of data in the data store might be difficult. On the other hand, it could be feasible to exploit such processing by a malicious third party.
In the context of computer technology, there exist programs which enable a user to search for a certain string or to find a specific set of data such as numbers or dates. One of the simplest ways to generate such a program is to use a computer program that is capable of reading data stored in a database. Such a program is often called an application. Typically an application provides a means of searching for a specific string or for a set of numbers or dates. The search string or the data set is generally specified by a user. When the user is satisfied with the search result and wants to enter some further information, the user may create a program which retrieves the requested information in the application.
In this report, the term application refers to a computer program that is capable of searching for a certain string or for a set of numbers or dates stored in a database. Also, the term application is used to refer to a system, in other words a computer program that is capable of searching for a certain string or for a set of numbers or dates, stored in a database.
In computer technology, there is a possibility that certain programs could be modified, such as a program which is capable of searching for a specific string or for a set of dates stored in a database. Such modification is called an “application vulnerability”. The issue arises from the fact that a program which is capable of searching for a certain string or for a set of dates in a database may contain a vulnerability in respect of that string or data.
Air India is guilty of leaking personal data and of breaching sensitive information.
Article Title: Air India is guilty of leaking personal data and of breaching sensitive information | Network Security. Full Article Text: Air India’s CEO Air boss Ajay Bhushan Jain is facing the wrath of the Indian government for his role in the country’s worst air disaster. The Indian IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad has demanded that Bhushan Jain be sacked for leaking personal data and breaching sensitive information. Bhushan has been facing a barrage of cyber-attacks since he took over as the CEO of Air India, India’s biggest airline. Bhushan has made numerous public statements about fixing the airline’s business and its technical glitches. Air India’s executive has also been facing the wrath of Indian lawmakers and citizens for his role in mishandling the national disaster. His latest public statements, however, have brought him to the center of a public political controversy. Air India, it was learned, was found to have had direct access to the personal information of nearly 1,300 passengers and crew members, including personal details such as passport numbers and birth dates. Additionally, Bhushan’s airline is suspected of having mishandled data that was submitted as part of a passenger bill of rights to the Indian government.
The Indian IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad has called for a meeting with Bhushan Jain, the CEO of India’s biggest airline, to discuss an inquiry. Bhushan has previously acknowledged that he has direct access to the data of the airline’s customers and has admitted that the airline has been caught in a security breach regarding passengers’ personal data, such as their passport numbers and birth dates.
Bhatianjia, a spokesman for the Indian government, told CNN. com that “the minister had sought his views regarding the issue, and the matter has been communicated to the Indian government authorities by the minister.
In January, Air India confirmed that Bhushan Jain’s airline had mishandled data that was submitted as part of a passenger bill of rights to the Indian government. It also found that the airline had direct access to that data and was using it for its own personal needs.
Bhushan Jain has apologized publicly to the Indians who have been victims of the airline’s security breaches.
Air India’s passenger service provider has been subjected to a sophisticated cyber attack on SITA.
Article Title: Air India’s passenger service provider has been subjected to a sophisticated cyber attack on SITA | Network Security. Full Article Text: [UPDATED – April 15, 2015] Air India’s passenger service provider has been subjected to a sophisticated cyber attack on its SITA network. The attacker stole air traffic control (ATC) data and is now leaking a huge amount of sensitive data about the aircraft movements of Air India’s pilots and ground staff. Air India’s network and data centre have been compromised. Air India has informed the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that the cyber attack was carried out by an individual or group of individuals who wanted to spread false news before the start of the 2015-16 financial year. This was being done to tarnish the image of Air India. Air India told DGCA that there is no evidence of the existence of any such organisation or individuals anywhere in India before the announcement of the air ban by DGCA. The incident began when the Air India SITA managed to crack an ‘exploit’ in the system. This is an exploit to access information about the aircraft movements and the air traffic control system. Air India had discovered that the attackers were looking for specific dates and times of the day. They used their computer skills to find that and were subsequently able to access the details of the data which the Air India SITAs had stored. The same attackers were also able to gain access to the Air India data centre, which is located in Chandigarh. DGCA said that it was forced to shut down the air service provider’s SITA node. The Indian Air Force is now working with the DGCA to verify the facts and establish who is responsible for the attack. The DGCA is also in touch with the Air India SITAs to determine whether the attackers had access to the database. Air India is calling for all the Air India’s civil aviation agencies to take all the relevant steps including: (a) conducting a full investigation into the matter; (b) reporting all details of the attack to the respective government agencies and government-approved third parties; (c) not divulging the details to anyone without the appropriate authorisation; and (d) not allowing any access to the SITA database without their knowledge. Air India has also informed the government agencies that they need to be careful while handling the situation.