TE Data chairman Mohamed Labib denied reports that client data had been hacked.
The reports are unfounded, said Labib in statements to MENA.
Asked if the main server of the company was hacked, Labib said messages have been sent to some clients, adding that a committee has been formed to probe the matter.
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