Organisations that fall victim to a ransomware attack shouldn’t let the cyber criminals know they have cyber insurance – because if the attackers know that their victim holds an insurance policy, they’re more likely to outright demand the ransom payment in full. Cybersecurity researchers at Fox-IT, part of NCC Group, examined [...]
In August last year, a data leak exposed more than 54,000 NSW drivers’ licenses on an open Amazon Web Services cloud storage service. The breach exposed the drivers’ personal information, including phone numbers, addresses and birth dates – all of which were available to the public.
Who should take responsibility for this data leak? According to experts, the source could be a fleet or toll road operator, but no one was able to pinpoint the origin of the breach.
If you’re a business owner, data privacy compliance is something that you should seriously consider. There are certain privacy laws that apply to personal information in Australia, especially your customers’ personal information.
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