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Cyber Attacks - the new global war

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Japan Airlines apparently had the personal data of 190,000 members of its frequent flyer programme accessed without authorisation, Information such as names, birthdates and workplaces of customers were taken but fortunately not their credit card details.

These are just the ones we hear about. There is no law in Australia saying that a corporation must reveal their own breaches. Is this good or bad? From an insurance point of view, the more our clients hear about these risks the more they may do something about it. At this stage only 5% of companies are. Have you?

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