Former White House insider raises questions over Optus data breach | 9 News Australia

Former white house insider raises questions over optus data breach | 9 news australia

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Cyber security expert and former White House insider Theresa Payton raises questions over the Optus data breach impacting millions of Australians, and news the FBI has been brought in to trace the hacker.

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