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Consumer Data Right cybersecurity reports released to public – experts for comment

UNSW Sydney < 1 mins read

In 2022, UNSW experts recommended cyber security protections for banking customers who share data through the Consumer Data Right. Their research findings, now released, remained confidential while critical recommendations were implemented.

A team led by Professor Lyria Bennett Moses produced two reports: Considerations for Managing Cyber Threats to the Consumer Data Standards and Risk Management for the Consumer Data StandardsThe reports identified potential threats and risks at that time.

The Consumer Data Right is legislation that enables banking and energy customers to seek better products and a secure digital ecosystem that shares customer data between competing businesses. 

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Experts available to discuss the research findings

Professor Lyria Bennett Moses from UNSW Law & Justice is a legal cyber security expert and lead researcher for both reports. Contact directly: 02 9385 2254 or lyria@unsw.edu.au

Professor Richard Buckland from UNSW Engineering is an expert in computer security, cyber crime, cyber terror and cyber security. Contact directly on: 02 9385 4063 or richardb@unsw.edu.au

Professor Peter Leonard from UNSW Business School is a data and technology business consultant and lawyer. Contact via Katie Miller: 02 9385 4627 or katie.miller1@unsw.edu.au

 

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