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Australia’s Optus says ‘deeply sorry’ for cyber attack

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Published October 12, 2022
Australia’s Optus says ‘deeply sorry’ for cyber attack

Desk News: Australia’s second-largest telecoms firm Optus, owned by Singapore Telecommunications, on Saturday ran a full-page apology in major newspapers for a “devastating” cyber attack 10 days ago and pointed affected customers to a new help site.

“We’re deeply sorry that a cyber attack has happened on our watch,” the company said in the notice.

“We know this is devastating and that we’ll need to work hard to regain your trust,” it said.

The new page on the company’s website offered support to customers whose data has been breached, including how to replace drivers’ licenses, passport and health care card numbers.

The company has agreed to pay the cost of replacing passports of compromised customers, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Friday.

 

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