Police ‘all over’ dark web ransom threat to release 10,000 customer records a day, Optus CEO says
Purported hackers post ultimatum demanding $1m within four days after massive Optus data breach
- Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updates
- Get our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcast
The chief executive of Optus, Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, says federal police are “all over” a post on the dark web purporting to release 10,000 customer records from the recent data breach and demanding a $1m ransom for the rest.
Rosmarin also told ABC radio the company’s massive security breach was “not as being portrayed”, after the minister for home affairs accused the company of leaving the “window open” for the data to be stolen.
Sign up to receive an email with the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning
Hey there, thanks for visiting our page. Listen, we get it, the information above may not be enough for you, and that's probably because the article originated somewhere else on the internet. So if you yearn for more reading, you can find the original write up HERE