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NPC launches database to malware-affected PhilHealth members

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) of the Philippines has launched a database aimed at patients who may have been affected by the recent Medusa malware attacks against the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation. The database is designed to enable individuals to check whether their data has been leaked, emphasising the need for senior citizens to protect their data from potential identity theft.

Source: www.manilatimes.net –

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