German politicians' mobile numbers, credit card details among data stolen in major hack
By Tassilo Hummel
- Data includes addresses, letters, ID card details
- Merkel, President Steinmeier among those affected
- National cyber defence body meets to coordinate response
- Government's secure internal network unaffected
When: Wednesday, 23 January 2019 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Where: Noah’s On The Beach
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When: Wednesday, 30 January 2019 – 11am to 1pm
Where: Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts, Mitchell Theatre
New data tool compares Australia’s health performance against the world
‘Health data risk’ in $2bn Healius bid
- 12:00AM January 5, 2019
How biometric monitoring can impact on your career
By Anna Patty
Facebook’s future tense
- By Mark Bridge
- The Times
- 12:00AM December 31, 2018
My Health Record posing ‘significant’ concern for at-risk family law clients
• Currently any person with parental responsibility (except in limited circumstances) for that child can become an authorised representative and access that child’s record, which may reveal the location of the child and details of their treating health care providers and confidential health information.
• This is a significant concern for those at risk of family violence if their location was revealed.
• Those clients should be advised to cancel the child’s My Health Record if they have not opted out by 31 January 2019.
Security key issue in My Health Record
Data breaches rise in My Health Record system
Numbers up year-on-year.
the integrity or security of the My Health Record system” were reported in the period.
Frightening My Health Record data breaches revealed in latest report
Responsible reporting of notifiable data breaches
Facebook data scandals stoke criticism that a privacy watchdog too rarely bites
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How devices are letting people take control of their own healthcare
Critics want My Health Record delayed again after recording 42 data breaches this year
Parents can access their teen’s My Health Record
Data mistakes see wrong medical details entered into My Health records
My Health Record had 42 data breaches in 2017-18 but no 'malicious' attacks: ADHA
My Health privacy fears are realised: The online health records of dozens of Australians have been already been illegally accessed - including by CHILDREN
- Online My Health records have been illegally accessed with 42 cases reported
- Australian Digital Health Agency outlined privacy breaches in its annual report
- Health Minister Greg Hunt in November extended opt-out deadline to January 31