BLUFSome security experts believe the cyber black market could be the world’s third largest economy—sensitive material is readily available, for example, hacked logins to government departments.
Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop and colleagues writing in ABC News make the following points:
- At least 12 million Australians have had their data exposed.
- Many hacking victims haven’t been notified despite assurances they have.
- Postings on the clear and dark web.
- The cost of buying personal or corporate information is declining.
- Medibank is facing a possible class action lawsuit.
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References from the Web:
- NOV 2022 After Optus, Medibank hacks, the government plans to firm-up defences for ATO, Centrelink data-ABC News
- NOV 2022 All the Big Data Breaches of 2022 (So Far)-Gizmodo