Claims made following Cyclone Marcia, which devastated parts of Central Queensland three weeks ago, have sky-rocketed according to the latest figures released by the Insurance Council of Australia.
In what is being called the Ocean’s Eleven of cyber crime, a syndicate of international hackers have stolen over an estimated US$1 billion from more than 100 banks across the world.
Anthem Inc., the nation’s second largest health insurer, disclosed Wednesday that hackers had broken into its servers and stolen Social Security numbers and other personal data from all of its business lines.
The Queensland Government has told a regional council to remove all references to projected sea level rises from its town planning scheme, prompting fears over future liability.
HUNDREDS of Australians have had up to $10 million siphoned from their bank accounts in an elaborate cyber sting.