AU: ‘One of the most serious cyberattacks’: Customer data exposed in Optus hack

Nick Bonyhady reports:

Hackers have breached Optus’ systems in one of the largest cyberattacks in Australian history, accessing names, dates of birth, phone numbers, email addresses, physical addresses and driver’s licence numbers of millions of the telecommunications giant’s customers.

Well-placed sources not authorised to speak publicly said that up to 9 million customers had been affected.

Read more at The Age.

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