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Cayman Islands:

DCI Investigates Data Breach

13 April 2022

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Cayman Islands Government

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Grand Cayman, 11 April 2022 - The Department of
Commerce and Investment (DCI) is investigating an incident that
occurred on 5 April, involving the personal data of individuals
associated with a small number of licensees.

DCI immediately took offline its online portal for designated
non-financial businesses and professions (DNFBPs), and a system fix
is in testing prior to the system being reactivated. DCI also has
notified the Office of the Ombudsman, and is continuing to take
action in compliance with the Data Protection Act.

Notices relating to the incident have been issued.

Persons with questions can contact the DCI compliance team at [email protected];
945-0943; by mail, on Department of Commerce and Investment, PO Box
126, Grand Cayman KY1-9000, Cayman Islands; or in person at the
Government Administration Building, 133 Elgin Avenue, Grand Cayman,
Cayman Islands.

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