It seems the Prime Minister was not the only top public figure and government official to have had his personal information compromised in the recent TSTT data breach.
Reports now state that President Christine Kangaloo, Chief Justice Ivor Archie, Finance Minister Colm Imbert, National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds, Commissioner of Police Erla Harewood-Christopher and Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales are also included on the list of customers whose personal information was leaked during a data breach at TSTT.
Other Government ministers including Tourism, Culture and the Arts Minister Randall Mitchell, Minister of Digital Transformation Hassel Bacchus, Labour Minister Stephen Mc Clashie, Minister of Sport and Community Development Shamfa Cudjoe, Social Development Minister Donna Cox, Minister of Trade Paula Gopee-Scoon, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan also had their information leaked.
The names of TSTT’s present chief executive officer, Lisa Agard and its former chief executive Ronald Walcott are also on the list.
The list contains 1.2 million entries.
It has been reported that the data has been downloaded over 15,796 times.
The data has names, home addresses, email addresses, cell phone numbers, birth certificates, passport numbers, identification cards, receipts, internal emails as well as credentials.
The company’s Line Minister, Gonzales has ordered an independent investigation into the data breach.