Toyota Australia has suffered what it says is a cyber attack that is believed to have affected its website and mail systems.
Singapore's government health database has been breached by attackers who have stolen the personal information of about 1.5 million people, with the data of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long specifically targeted, the country's Ministry of Health has announced.
The cost of a cyber attack on an Australian small- or medium-sized business would come to something like $1.9 million, a survey of 200 IT decision makers at these businesses by security vendor Webroot has found.
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