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Australian charities are scrambling to review their data management systems and processes in the wake of a ransomware attack exposing the information of tens of thousands of donors.

Authorities have warned organisations to be wary of relying on third-party providers who have access to their data, as the shockwaves continue from a huge fundraising breach that has affected an estimated 70 Australian and New Zealand charities.

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Olivia Mitchell