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The NSW government is establishing a new identity support unit to minimise the risks associated with identity theft and make it easier for customers to access help if their identity is stolen.
The NSW’s Minister for Digital and Customer Service, Victor Dominello, has unveiled that the state government is setting up IDSupport NSW, which will support customers and NSW government agencies to prevent identity misuse and – in the event of a data breach – provide a single-point-of-contact support service for citizens.
Read more at The Adviser