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Dean Procter

Dean Procter

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NAB sprung not securing customer details

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NAB cleaners dumped rubbish bin bags containing personal medicare, licence, passport, birth, address, employment etc in dumpsters not even the bank's bin. This meant that accessing the information wouldn't even be illegal.

Privacy breach incalculable. $4 billion profit couldn't afford a $50 paper shredder.

NAB promises to review procedures.

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