The civil suit between gaming products company Razer and IT solutions provider Capgemini has begun in Singapore’s High Court last week, July 13.
Last year, Razer find out about a cybersecurity breach that revealed that the personal information of about 100,000 of their customers could have been exposed.
While no sensitive data such as credit card numbers or passwords were exposed, other data such as order details and shipping information could have been leaked.
And now Razer is suing Capgemini for at least US$7 million (approximately RM 30 million) in losses and they hired lawyers from Drew and Napier to represent them. Razer contends that a Capgemini employee caused the cybersecurity breach when an issue cropped up in Razer’s internal IT system in June last month.
Razer accuses Capgemini of shifting blame and failing to take responsibility for the breach. This includes ensuring that its IT systems were secure and that personnel had adequate skill, qualifications, and experience to handle the system.
Razer is also seeking a declaration that Capgemini pays full compensation for all damages, losses, and expenses incurred and which Razer may incur as a result of the breach.
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