September 10 2019 Australian Privacy Breach: Estimated 50,000 students using events app Get, previously known as Qnect, may have had their personal data exposed online.
Audit: Northern Territory School children’s data exposed to cyber security threats due to education department oversight | ABC Australia
August 17 2019 Audit Finding: The confidential records of children and teachers have been left vulnerable to cyber security attacks and data mismanagement due to education departmental oversight in the Northern Territory Government, a report from the auditor general’s office has revealed.
Incident: Auckland’s Rosehill College deletes pupils’ personal data from their own laptops | Stuff.co.NZ
NZ Cyber Incident August 08 2019: Rosehill College Auckland which requires pupils to buy their own digital devices has come under fire after all data was deleted from students’ laptops during a school-mandated software update.
August 08 2019: Around 30 employees have not been paid on time after having personal information stolen in what TAFE NSW said was a “targeted phishing attack”.
July 28 2019 Privacy Data Breach UWA University of Western Australia, thieves steal laptops with 30 years of data
Incident: Sydney headquartered MEGT data breach exposed students passport details, education data | Computerworld
Data Breach 27th June 2019 – Data from a student management system was exposed by an open S3 bucket, an Australian training company MEGT has confirmed.
Incident: Geraldton’s Nagle Catholic College swept up in cyber attack targeting parent banking details | The West Australian
Australian Cyber Attack June 2019: A West Australian school has been swept up in a “highly sophisticated” cyber security attack, understood to have scooped up the banking details of parent and guardians.
Australian Data Breach June 2019: The Australian Catholic University has revealed the sensitive personal information of staff members has been stolen in a cyber attack.
JUNE 12 2019 Universities across NSW are exposed to cyber attacks due to significant deficiencies in IT internal controls, an audit has found.
ANU says ‘sophisticated operator’ stole data included bank details, passport information and academic records of current and former students and staff.