Australian Former Employee Data Breach 18 October 2019: CSL Behring has filed a lawsuit against a former employee, claiming he stole sensitive information with the intention of passing it on to his new company Pharming.
Incident: Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s office accidentally leaks talking points for MPs to journalists | ABC News (Australia)
Australian Email Incident 07 October 2019: Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s office accidentally leaks talking points for MPs to journalists
Incident: Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation investigating privacy breach after financial documents sent to ABC producer | ABC News (Australia)
Australian Unintended Disclosure Incident 02 October 2019: Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation investigating privacy breach after financial documents sent to ABC producer.
Incident: ‘Trusted inside access’: Sydney IT contractor arrested over Landmark White data breach | Brisbane Times
October 02 2019 Sydney Insider Charged: Sydney IT contractor arrested over Landmark White data breach containing property valuations, personal details and driver’s licences of a combined 275,000 individuals.
Incident: WA Officer David Snowball illegally accessed police computer to protect partner’s massage business | ABC News (Australia)
by Steven Kirby | Aug 9, 2019 | ABC News (Australia), Australian InfoSec Incidents 2019, Insider Threat, Police and Law Enforcement, Policing and Law Enforcement, Privacy Breach, Unauthorised Access, Western Australia
August 09 2019: A senior WA police officer of 22 years’ standing who unlawfully accessed a restricted computer system in an attempt to protect his partner’s illegitimate massage business has walked free from court after being sentenced.
July 04 2019 MYOB in payslip privacy bungle. 220 individual payment summaries went to the incorrect person.
Insider Threat 2nd July 2019 – A Queensland Police Officer has now stood down from official duty with the force pending an investigation into allegations of unauthorised access to confidential information.
An Australian IT consultant has on Tuesday been sentenced to three years imprisonment after pleading guilty to a total of 11 charges for insider trading, unauthorised access to data with the intention to commit a serious offence, and the alteration of electronic devices required by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
by Steven Kirby | May 21, 2019 | Acceptable Use Policy, Australia, Australian InfoSec Incident, Australian InfoSec Incidents 2019, Cryptocurrency - Bitcoin, CyberCrime, Federal Government, Insider Threat, iTnews, New South Wales, Policing and Law Enforcement
Australian Information Security Incident Reported: May 21 2019 A Sydney man has been charged by the Australian Federal Police for allegedly modifying the computer systems of...
April 15 2019 Security Incident: A popular Australian smartwatch’s tracking capabilities expose its user’s locations, personal data and more.