Amnesty International Australia Suffered a Data Breach in December, but Says Everything is Now Fine

Asha Barbaschow reports:

On late Friday, Amnesty International Australia sent an email to supporters informing them their data may be at risk due to “anomalous activity” detected in its IT environment.

While the email went out very late in the day/week, it also went out a very long time after the activity was found. The email, sighted by Gizmodo Australia, says the activity was detected late last year.

“As soon as we became aware of this activity on 3 December 2022, we engaged leading external cyber security and forensic IT advisors to determine if any unauthorised access to our IT environment had occurred,” Amnesty International Australia said.

Read more at Gizmodo.

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