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Phone app could be passport when vaccine starts in mid-February

Phone app could be passport when vaccine starts in mid-February

Premier Gladys Berejiklian believes, rather than punishing people for not being vaccinated, there would be "positive ways" the government could encourage uptake.

  • by Mary Ward and Chip Le Grand

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No new COVID-19 cases in NSW as residents who stayed at Brisbane hotel located

No new COVID-19 cases in NSW as residents who stayed at Brisbane hotel located

Ten people who were quarantined at a Brisbane hotel before returning home to NSW are in isolation, as the state records no new local coronavirus cases.

  • by Natassia Chrysanthos and Mary Ward
Mandatory Service NSW check-in app suffers outage

Mandatory Service NSW check-in app suffers outage

Thousands of people were unable to check in at venues across NSW on Thursday after a statewide outage on the NSW government's signature Service NSW app.

  • by Lucy Cormack
Service NSW data breach affected 80,000 fewer people than first thought

Service NSW data breach affected 80,000 fewer people than first thought

Service NSW revealed in September that 186,000 people were affected by a data breach. The true figure is 80,000 less - and about 25,000 people were wrongfully warned their data had been compromised.

  • by Lucy Cormack
How paper created a vulnerability for cyber criminals to steal 186,000 people's data

How paper created a vulnerability for cyber criminals to steal 186,000 people's data

Passports, banking and Medicare details were potentially exposed in photocopied and scanned paper documents stored inside the email accounts of 47 Service NSW employees.

  • by Lucy Cormack
Data of 186,000 customers leaked in Service NSW cyber attack

Data of 186,000 customers leaked in Service NSW cyber attack

Customers who have been identified as "at-risk" will be notified by mail, which will include instructions on how to get support, the agency said.

  • by Matt Bungard