An investigation into a cyber attack on St Vincent's Health Australia has found no evidence that personal data was stolen or posted on the dark web.
Life Saving Victoria has contacted authorities after one of its servers was targeted in a cyber attack by malicious actors.
Concerns social media giant TikTok breached Australian privacy laws through its data harvesting practices are being looked at by the information commissioner.
Authorities are scrambling to address a cyberattack at national provider St Vincent's Health, the latest in a series of hacks on Australian organisations.
MyServiceNSW users who have their private information stolen or published online will be warned about the hack as part of a government security feature.
Australians have made their anger known, lodging more than one million complaints to their internet, mobile and phone providers in the last financial year.
Optus customers, many of whom say they fear for their privacy and safety in the wake of a data breach at the telco, are suing for "substantial" compensation.
Latitude Financial is refusing to co-operate with cyber attackers, saying it will not reward criminal behaviour as it is faced with a ransom demand.
A cyber attack on property giant Meriton has potentially exposed the personal details of up to 2000 people, including guests and staff.
Consumer finance company Latitude Group says 14 million Australian and NZ customers had their records compromised in the hack on its systems.
The Victorian government is refusing to budge on adding an opt-out clause to proposed medical information sharing laws in the face of mounting criticism.
Amazon is the latest international tech company to launch a new cloud data region in Australia and experts say it won't be the last.
Australian Federal Police chief Reece Kershaw says a Russian network was behind the hacking of data held by health insurance giant Medibank.
Queensland has tightened the rules for using a state driver's licence for identification purposes following the Optus data breach in September.
Companies could soon face bigger penalties for data breaches, after new laws passed the lower house.
Medibank has revealed a cyberattack was bigger than initially believed and general customer data was exposed.
Optus is being dragged over the coals after promising to "vigorously defend" any class actions launched by Australian customers over a major security breach.
The names and addresses of thousands of Telstra staff stolen from a third-party rewards program website in 2017 have been uploaded to the dark web.
The federal government is waiting for a response from Optus after calling on the telco to work with it in protecting Australians caught up in the data breach.