Medfin, a subsidiary of the National Australia Bank that works with healthcare professionals, was hit by an attempted cyber attack on 14 June, the company's chief executive Paul Freeman says.
Friday morning's announcement by Prime Minister Scott Morrison about a cyber attack on Australian public and private sector institutions led to a flood of commentary by security firms, all waxing voluble on the extent of the threat and how much danger the country faces.
The main question around the announcement of a cyber attack by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday morning is simple: is this a new attack? Or is it part of the port scanning and probing that goes on every single day?
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