9 million people impacted by Optus data breach

22/09/2022 10:23:00 AM

The personal information of millions of current and former Optus customers has been compromised in a major data breach.

The personal information of millions of current and former Optus customers has been compromised in a major data breach.

The personal information of millions of current and former Optus customers has been compromised in a major data breach. Sensitive information of up to nine million people was stolen in the cyberattack, including passport details, licence numbers, home addresses, birth dates and phone numbers. Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin released a statement saying, 'We are devastated to discover that we have been subject to a cyberattack that has resulted in the disclosure of our customers' personal information to someone who shouldn't see it”. Optus has notified key financial institutions.

2 hours ago The personal information of millions of current and former Optus customers has been compromised in a major data breach.Optus has suffered a massive cyberhack, potentially compromising the personal information of millions of Australians.Optus has suffered a massive cyberhack, potentially compromising the personal information of millions of Australians.to save articles for later.

Sensitive information of up to nine million people was stolen in the cyberattack, including passport details, licence numbers, home addresses, birth dates and phone numbers.Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin released a statement saying, “We are devastated to discover that we have been subject to a cyberattack that has resulted in the disclosure of our customers’ personal information to someone who shouldn’t see it”.8 million Australians have been implicated in the cybersecurity breach, which could have leaked information such as passport and licence numbers, email and home addresses, dates of birth and telephone numbers.Optus has notified key financial institutions.Payment details and Optus account passwords were not compromised.Read More.READ MORE:  Reports suggest up to 2.

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Information security basics. Data should be secured by arch_tis someone is going to pay Why isnt the data encrypted , Optus super slack. Senetas is great Aussie company who specialise in encryption. Great. Time for a change

Optus hit by cyberattack with millions of customers potentially having personal information compromisedUp to 2.8 million Aussies have been caught up in the breach, which has leaked passport and licence numbers, phone numbers and home addresses. 9News Companies should not have such sensitive information if they can’t keep it safe! I can't wait for digital currencies, digital ID and digital everything to completely eliminate any hope I have of personal data privacy and security. 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ Thanks, Gladys.

Optus hit by cyberattack with millions of customers potentially having personal information compromisedOptus has fallen victim to a massive cyber attack, potentially compromising the personal data of millions of Australians. Up to 2.8 million people have been reportedly caught up in the breach. MORE: 9News So you guys are saying 2.8million, other news sources are reporting up to 9 million people affected…wanna get your numbers right before posting…makes it easier for everyone Not good, a lot of contracts will have to be forfeited as a result, Optus is going to be held accountable, as they should be. Just like ' vaccine ' - safe and secure 🤣🤣🤣

Customer data exposed in major Optus hackThe telecommunications giant said the hacker could have accessed names, dates of birth, phone numbers, addresses and passport numbers.

Optus hit with cyber attack exposing customer information, company saysOptus is hit by a cyber attack that compromises customer information. How do we know if we have been affected Optus Word is GladysB sold all the information to Daryl Maguire troyhunt

Millions of Optus customers hit by major cyber attackThe personal information of up to nine million Australians could be compromised, after one of the country's largest telecommunications company was hit by cyberattack on Thursday. wow so our passport, drivers license, email, home address and dob are now available to the highest bidder, way to go optus Where’s Anthony Albanese on this? Optus This is the final straw for me, I'm out.

Millions of Aussies impacted by major Optus cyberattack: ‘Be aware’Optus has suffered a major data breach, compromising the personal information of up to nine million Australian customers. 7NEWS Pretty serious. Joe Biden talking about it at the UN. Not surprised, this company gets away with murder Will Optus notify those impacted or will we know by the increased scam calls we will be getting. As if we don't get enough already