New Research Says a Third of Australians Victims of Data Breaches

Phil Mercer reports:

New research released Tuesday has found that a third of Australian adults have been victims of data breaches in the last year. Analysis by the Australian National University shows that cyberattacks are one of the fastest growing types of crime in the country.

The survey of almost 3,500 Australian adults during October 2022 found 32.1% of respondents said that they or a member of their household had been the victim of a data breach. The findings follow high-profile hacks.

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