Cybercrime adds to post-budget headaches for Illawarra

Connor Pearce
Updated November 9 2022 - 4:58pm, first published November 4 2022 - 2:59pm
At a post-budget luncheon, Adam Zarth (right) said the Illawarra had a voice at the highest table in Stephen Jones (left). Picture by Robert Peet
At a post-budget luncheon, Adam Zarth (right) said the Illawarra had a voice at the highest table in Stephen Jones (left). Picture by Robert Peet

No Illawarra business is immune from cybercrimes as reports of hacking and data breaches soar.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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