2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study finds the average global cost of a data breach rose 6.4% and average cost in Australia was $1.99 million. Ponemon Study, January 2019.
Critics want My Health Record delayed after 42 data breaches this year, SMH, January 2019.
Big W leaked data due to printer mishap, Smart Company, December 2018.
Send and Shred partners with Plastic Forests to recycle Send and Shred plastic bags, Plastic Forests, October 2018.
Canberra Innovation Network's Women Crush Wednesday profiles Send and Shred, Canberra Innovation Network, 18 September 2018.
HerCanberra profiles Send and Shred's journey from concept to national recycling service, HerCanberra, 28 August 2018.
Privacy advocates demand an explanation as hundreds of medical files found abandoned in derelict aged care building, ABC News, 3 August 2018.
Health sector has the highest rate of data breaches, Office of Australian Information Commissioner, 31 July 2018.
Shane Rattenbury MLA launches Send and Shred sustainable and secure recycling, 15 June 2018.
ACT Government launches Send and Shred, 'another great example of Canberra's commitment to tackling waste', ACT Government, 15 June 2018.
Shipping company Svitzer employee details stolen in data breach affecting almost half of its Australian employees, ABC News, 15 March 2018.
Fraud and identity theft ‘growing threat’ to $1.7 trillion real estate business, AFR 9 March 2018.
New Data Breach Scheme - ‘If a company has lost your personal info, they now have to tell you’. ABC News, 22 February 2018.
Mandatory data breach reporting starts for small business. SMH, 20 February 2018.
Even the experts get it wrong. AFP lost national security documents. AFP media statement, 1 February 2018.
Stop medical identity theft by destroying personal documents you don’t need. Cited, 18 January 2018.
Identity theft costs Australians $2.2 billion, mail theft implicated. Nine News, 2 January 2018.
Classified documents dumped in Canberra. Financial Review, 31 January 2018.
36 arrested in global identity theft ring that sold stolen credit card information on the dark web, ABC News, 2018.
Thousands fleeced by sophisticated identity fraud syndicate. Syndicate allegedly "put jigsaws together" by beginning with a piece of personal information and building on it through phone calls. SMH, 30 November 2017.
Fraud arrest prompts tax office to tell the public to keep tax file numbers, bank account details and date of birth secure. ATO, 5 October 2017.
Woman fights to reclaim identity after ID theft after drivers’ licence stolen. 18 loan applications made in her name, it’s ‘like a bad movie’. ABC News, 4 July 2017.
1600 medical letters found dumped in public bin in Sydney. SMH, 21 April 2017.
Hospital patients records found lying in street in Victoria. The Age, 26 March 2017.
Over 55s hardest hit by invasive identity theft, ABC News, 18 January 2017.
Mail thieves targeting apartments and selling personal information to crime syndicates. ABC News, 23 November 2016.