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One-third of customers will return to a hacked site without even changing their password, according to a recent study. d3sign/Moment Collection/Getty Images

Fear trumps anger when it comes to data breaches – angry customers vent, but fearful customers don’t come back

Companies tend to focus on appeasing angry customers after a data breach. New research shows they may want to pay more attention to customers who are afraid to return to their site.
Peter Dutton walks past a screen outlining cyber attacks around the world while visiting the Australian Signals Intelligence Directorate in March last year. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Eavesdroppers, code-breakers and digital snoops: a deep dive into one of the most secret branches of Australian intelligence

Much of the history of signals intelligence in Australia – revealing secrets and protecting one’s own – is tacit and poorly understood. A new book lifts the lid on this world.
This orbiting museum in the show ‘Star Trek: Picard’ plays a key role in fending off a futuristic form of cyberattack. Courtesy Paramount

Lessons from ‘Star Trek: Picard’ – a cybersecurity expert explains how a sci-fi series illuminates today’s threats

‘Star Trek: Picard’ is set 400 years in the future, but, like most science fiction, it deals with issues in the here and now. The show’s third and final season provides a lens on cybersecurity.

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