Updated July 18, 2019
This information is published by the National University of Australia
This break is at the end of 2018, causing more personal data damage
200,000 employees – students associated with the last school
The announcement was made by AUA Vice President Brian Schmidt
In a statement dated June 4, [
When it comes to the university network, the first failure occurred at the end of 2018
From the man who describes Schmidt as a modern face.
The breach was discovered on May 17 and a long list of personal information, including name, address and telephone number, was
Date of birth, emergency contact information, tax reporting numbers, salary information, bank account information, student
Student reporting studies.
Credit Card Data Storage Software
Details, medical records, police checks, employee compensation, vehicles
Schmidt is not affected by registration numbers and other operational records
A similar attack was made last year at the ANU.