Australian Email Privacy Breach September 2020: Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron to be questioned by Office of Australian Information Commissioner after an email data breach leaking the personal details of 617 members, including millionaire business owners, doctors and barristers.
Australian Email Privacy Breach August 2020: NSW police to investigate after leaking emails of people who complained about pepper spray at Black Lives Matter rally. Police say they launched an internal investigation after more than 150 people had email addresses leaked, but victims of leaks say they are yet to be contacted.
Australian Malware Attack June 2020: Windows ransomware has now hit much closer to home, with cyber criminals using the REvil ransomware to attack the Melbourne-based contract formulation and packing company Chem Pack
Australian Cyber Stalking November 2019: Hobart man pleads guilty to stalking and controlling ex-girlfriend's car with his computer. He downloaded and set up an online application that gave him control over the stop and start function of his ex-lover's car and allowed him to track her movements.
Australian Ransomware Attack April 2020: MyBudget blames ransomware hack for system outage affecting thousands of customers, was likely compromised as it quickly moved its employees onto work-from-home arrangements amid coronavirus.
Australian Medical Privacy Breach July 2020: 'Unforgivable': Privacy breach exposed sensitive details of WA's virus fight on a public website. The breach also impacted St John Ambulance, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services and the Department of Justice. The leak was traced back to Vodafone pager service.
Australian Council Privacy Breach: July 15 2020. The email addresses of thousands of Territorians have been “accidentally” leaked by the City of Darwin ahead of the next round of the MyDarwin voucher scheme.
Facebook has been dealt a blow in its fight to fend off Australian legal action surrounding the Cambridge Analytica scandal, with the tech giant failing to convince the federal court it does not carry out business in Australia. In March, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) …