The technological company Wipro said she is conducting an internal investigation after discovering that some hackers have gained access to her data for some months now.
Wipro is the third largest outsourcing company in India.
The discovery was made when the company noticed some suspicious moves on the accounts of some employees in network her. A company spokesman said this was a phishing campaign.
The company said it immediately launched an investigation, spotted the affected bills, and took steps to minimize the impact of the attack.
Following this incident, Wipro is committed to taking advantage of top security practices. She has already begun to work with threat-tracking specialists to enhance her security.
Among other things, the Wipro representative said the company has commissioned it research to an independent company and that from now on it will be constantly alert and will ensure the continuous monitoring of its systems.
Trusted sources report that Wipro had suffered hacking for several months, and that behind the attack is a group with state funding.
Still, it is not known to what extent the data has been infringed. The company itself has not reported whether its customer data has been affected, although there are some who claim that it is attack targeted the data of specific customers.
Wipro operates in North America, South America, Australia, India, China, South Africa, parts of Europe and many other places.