[ZDNet] 446 Australian breach notifications with 30% of system faults found after a year

976 data breach notifications were made to the OAIC in the 2020-21 financial year, with health keeping its crown as the most breached sector. In the second half of the year, 30% of entities reported an incident due to a system fault they found 12 months later.

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