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Friday September 8, 2017

  Latest News  

Inside the DTA's $6bn govt IT watchlist

By Allie Coyne

Not all agencies play ball.

Equifax hack potentially exposed 143 million consumers

By Staff Writers

One of the US' biggest breaches.

Qantas pilots get mobile flight data application

By Juha Saarinen

Aims to reduce fuel use and carbon emissions.

Bank manager to face charges over Bangladesh cyber heist

By Staff Writer

Others cleared.

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What's on Social Media



Josh Marshall


Upside of Equifax story is that there probably aren't many more identities to steal so the whole identity stealing industry may collapse.



Lesley 🥞


I'm still trying to wrap my head around the sheer scale of the #Equifax breach. They might as well reissue SSNs to every citizen.



Ted Lieu


Dear @Equifax: When you say "recently" do you mean about a month and a half ago? Why did you wait so long before di… https://t.co/os3p7s8hy5



Rob Graham٩(●̮̮̃●̃)


Dear Equifax: Thx for the free credit monitoring, but isn't that what you were doing before when you got hacked?? -- people





@Viss @Snubs Last week I got a CC fraud call for a card that I had never used even once. I wondered who got breached. Now I know.



Dez Blanchfield


@iTnews_au another day.. another 1,400 breaches.. is it bad or just sad that we're comfortably numb to this sort of… https://t.co/0fDRQEOD2m



Toby Hede


Who called it Skype for Business and not Skype for Intermittent Connectivity Issues?

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