The number of data breaches — 215 — reported to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner for the March quarter was lower than any of the previous three quarters, but one breach resulted in more than 10 million individuals being affected, leading to speculation that this could have been the Marriott breach which was first reported in December last year.
Health services providers continue to top the industry sectors reporting breaches under the Notifiable Data Breaches act.
In what has become merely a quarterly recital of statistics, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner says it was informed of 245 data breaches affecting personal information from July to September. This is three more than the previous quarter.
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