Digital developments from Canberra 12

Parliament wasn’t sitting this week, but there’s been some movement from Home Affairs on the digital identity and data breach front, a cyber threat report, a new audit work program, and more annual reports.

Here are the digital developments from Canberra I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 28 October.

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow — especially with Parliament returning on Monday for four days.

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[Photo: That’s the Minister for Home Affairs, Clare O’Neil. It’ll get a bit tedious if it’s Anthony Albanese every week.]