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F-35 Joint Program Office acknowledges breach, says no classified data was stolen.
Data on key defence projects was stolen from a small Australian defence contractor. Minister Christopher Pyne says the government isn't responsible for vendor cybersecurity.

But who is?
Around 30 gigabytes of ITAR-restricted aerospace and commercial data was exfiltrated by an unknown malicious actor during the months-long 'Alf's Mystery Happy Fun Time' attack.
But few details are available as 90% of the island is still without power.
New laws will have to be written based on the level of automation you have.
Only a proper Australian dose of incompetence can save us from the technology-enabled surveillance state we are running towards.
The group of Australian state and territory leaders has unanimously approved the prime minister's request for a country-wide database of citizens' driver's licence details.
ATSB wraps up, nine months after 'suspending' search Australian air authorities have published their final report into the MH370 mystery, concluding that theyrsquo;re no wiser about what happened or why than when the Malaysian Airlines flight vanished three years ago.…
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner received 2,494 privacy-related complaints during the 12-month period.
But Tesla and South Australia are starting the countdown now.
The Office of the Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner has published draft resources for the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, asking for public comment.
Macquarie Government joins Sliced Tech and Vault Systems in offering the Australian government protected-level cloud services.