Updated July 18, 2019
The Australian University of Australia has revealed a problem
Current violations occurring at the end of 2018 are likely to threaten personal information
200,000 employees and academics
19 years old.
Brian Schmidt, former president of the ANU, announced the news
with words from 4 June [
The first damage occurred at the end of 2018, when it was a university network
He described the Schmidt method as a great help.
The damage was discovered on May 17, along with a long list of information such as name, address, phone number,
date of birth, extraordinary details, tax status, payroll data, bank account details, student documentation
and scientific articles.
Credit card savings systems have been successful
Information, medical players, police inspections, staff salaries, vehicles
The number of records and some performance records are not taken into account, Schmidt said
ANU came under such attacks last year.