Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Cybersecurity

Data breaches in Hong Kong have jumped 80 per cent in five years, now privacy watchdog wants more power and resources to give future investigations ‘teeth’

  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner reveals it received 129 reports in 2018
  • In response, it wants a 50 per cent increase in manpower to help with future investigations

Topic |   Cybersecurity
Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Privacy Commissioner Stephen Wong discussed his office’s latest statistics at a media briefing in Wan Chai. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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