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    A computer science expert says the Reserve Bank data breach is another nudge for the Government...to take security more seriously

    A computer science expert says the Reserve Bank data breach is another nudge for the Government...to take security more seriously


    The Bank has apologised after a third party file sharing service it uses to hold sensitive information was illegally accessed.

    AUT professor Dave Parry says we need to be investing more in data security, and privacy.

    He says it's only going to get worse and we need to think about how to better protect sensitive data.

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