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Blog, Security, Telecommunications - Thursday, May 16, 2013 16:42 - 5 Comments
blog It hasn’t been a good few years for the nation’s biggest telco Telstra when it comes to data breaches. It almost seems like every three to four months, there’s a new chunk of Telstra’s customer data leaked onto the public Internet, and the company has to make yet another apology to those affected, as well as kicking off another ‘review’ of its systems. News of the latest blunder comes from the Sydney Morning Herald, which writes (we recommend you click here for the full article):
“Fairfax found approximately 1677 customer records in one of the spreadsheets, which contained Telstra customers’ names, phone numbers, plan names and home addresses. A further three spreadsheets contained 8201 customer records that contained only names and telephone numbers, but not home addresses.”
Telstra has already attempted to apologise and clean up its mess. The company’s executive director of customer service for its consumer division, Peter Jamieson, writes on Telstra’s Exchange blog today: Continue…
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