Australian Health Insurer Could Face $21 Trillion Fine Over Data Breach

Australian Health Insurer Could Face $21 Trillion Fine Over Data Breach

Giulio Saggin
Giulio Saggin
Wednesday 5 June 2024

A fine of up to $21 trillion (AUD) could await Australian health insurer Medibank over a 2022 data breach, which saw the personal information of 9.7 million customers made available on the dark web.

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