AU: Computer with 66,000 records at Australian Institute of Company Directors stolen

Fran Foo reports:

The information of 66,000 Australian Institute of Company Directors members and clients has been stolen following the theft of a single computer.

This includes the personal information of 28,000 members such as names, addresses, phone numbers, date of birth and member number.

Members range from some of Australia’s largest public and private companies to small, private family businesses.

The stolen machine did not contain information about credit card numbers, banking details, personal email addresses of members and clients or passwords.

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