Australian government employees also hit by breach after third-party contractor misconfigures form of cloud storage

The personal details of more than 4,000 government employees have been exposed in a massive data breach of 50,000 staff records from various companies across Australia.

The leak, first reported by iTnews, is believed to be the second-largest data breach in Australian history, after the details of 550,000 blood donors were accidentally leaked by the Red Cross in 2016.

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