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Singtel’s Optus working with Australian govt over data breach

Passport numbers of some Optus customers were exposed in the cyberattack.

Singtel subsidiary, Optus, said the Australian government has been assisting them to reach customers whose passport numbers were exposed in the cyberattack.

Optus said there is no need for affected customers to replace their passports.  

“The Australian Government has been working with Optus to safeguard customers from the possibility of identity crime, including providing advice on actions impacted customers should take if any,” Optus added.

Affected customers can visit Optus.com.au for further information about the data breach.

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